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2020 Cadillac XT6 Starts at $53,690

Cadillac has begun taking orders for its 2020 XT6 three-row SUV, which retails for at least $53,690. The XT6 is the latest Cadillac SUV amid a lineup refresh that has also seen the introduction of the XT4 and 2019 XT5 since the 2017 model year.

2019 Cadillac XT5

Having senior management behind the wheel of a 2019 Cadillac XT5 AWD model will create an impression of success with customers. Plus, it incorporates many intelligent technology features to keep managers connected and productive.

GM Invests $22M in Tenn. Engine Plant

General Motors is investing $22 million in its Spring Hill, Tenn., assembly plant so it can build 6.2-liter V-8 engines with the company's Dynamic Fuel Management technology.

Cadillac Reveals 2020 XT6, Electric SUV

Cadillac is expanding its luxury utility lineup with another midsize option and a future battery-electric model, the GM unit announced at the Detroit auto show.

GM Accelerates Car Production Cuts

General Motors will cease production at five of its assembly plants, including three that produce passenger cars it plans to discontinue amid the shift in consumer preference for trucks and utility vehicles, the company announced.

GM Offers Optional Extended Warranty

General Motors has begun offering an extended bumper-to-bumper warranty to its customers that matches the time span of the powertrain warranty. The new bumper-to-bumper warranty is available on new vehicles purchased on or after Oct. 15 for the 2018 or 2019 model year.

Rebranded Motus One Expands Vehicle Logistics Business

Event Solutions International will begin operating as Motus One and invest $2 million in technology to streamline 90% of the processes of the automotive mobility company that provides vehicle transportation services and event management.

GM to Expand Super Cruise to Non-Cadillac Models

General Motors will offer its hands-free driving feature Super Cruise on every Cadillac vehicle in 2020, and after that offer it on Chevrolet and its other brands, the company has announced.