Cadillac Legacy Vehicles

Cadillac Legacy Vehicles

Cadillac has produced many iconic models that have come and gone over the years. Here's a look at some of Cadillac's legacy vehicles that have enjoyed some time on the road before retirement.

Coupes and Sedans

Cadillac ATS Coupe

ATS and ATS-V Coupe

The ATS was a sporty compact car produced as a two-door coupe and a four-door sedan. The ATS acted as the entry-level Cadillac, and it helped to popularize the new modern design language that Cadillac is still using today. If you wanted more power with your ATS, you could have gotten it in the high-performance V trim.

Cadillac CTS-V Coupe

CTS

The CTS was one of the most popular and most recognizable modern Cadillacs. It was offered as a coupe, a mid-size sedan, and as a wagon. The Coupe and Wagon lasted until 2014, while the Sedan was refreshed and kept in Cadillac's lineup until 2019.

Cadillac CT6/CT6-V Sedan

CT6

The CT6 was Cadillac's new flagship full-size luxury sedan that helped to set the stage for the most recent generation of Cadillac vehicles. It helped to usher in advanced technologies and test out new engines to be used in the rest of the lineup. The CT-6 was equipped with various powertrains that range from the 4.2L Blackwing Twin-Turbo V8 to a plug-in hybrid system for maximum efficiency.

Cadillac DTS Sedan

DTS

The DTS was Cadillac's full-size luxury sedan for the first part of the new millennium and was later discontinued in 2011. The DTS could seat up to six passengers, and the Northstar V8 engine under the hood helped to provide unparalleled levels of reliability.

Cadillac Deville

Deville

The Deville helped to transition the Cadillac brand from its classical heritage design to the modern design that can be found today. The Deville acted as a classical luxury cruiser until its discontinuation in 2005 with some modern styling touches and modern luxury advancements.

Cadillac Eldorado

Eldorado

The Eldorado perfectly encapsulated what it means to be a luxury performance coupe. It had plenty of power when you pushed the pedal to the metal, but when you backed off and cruised down the highway, it was completely compliant.

Cadillac ELR Coupe

ELR

The ELR coupe was Cadillac's first step into electrifying its lineup of vehicles. It was a fully electric vehicle with modern styling and tons of technology.

 
Cadillac Seville

Seville

The Cadillac Seville was a full-size luxury performance sedan that perfectly balanced professionalism with playfulness. It was always ready for you to push its limits, but when you needed to do work, it wouldn't make a fuss.

Cadillac STS Sedan

STS

The STS was a driver-oriented car in Cadillac's lineup. It featured one of the first manually shiftable automatic transmissions, and it was available with a performance handling package that included Brembo brakes. If you were looking to have a daily driver to take to the track on the weekends, the STS-V was the right tool for the job.

Cadillac XLR Coupe

XLR

The XLR is one of the most unique vehicles that Cadillac has ever offered, as it was a hardtop convertible sports car. The base XLR was great for cruising around town or for taking on a road trip, but the XLR-V was the car to get if you wanted to push your limits as a driver.

Cadillac XTS Sedan

XTS

The XTS was built from the ground up to be a cruising vehicle. It features a spacious interior with tons of rear legroom and all of the latest technologies for the time. The XTS (discontinued in 2019) is just as relaxing to drive as it is to be driven in.

SUVs and Crossovers

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Escalade EXT and Hybrid

The Escalade has undergone many different iterations over the years. The Escalade EXT was a truck version of the Escalade aimed at increasing practicality, while the Escalade Hybrid was aimed at increasing fuel-efficiency. Both versions were discontinued in 2013.

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SRX Crossover

The SRX was the first crossover SUV that Cadillac offered, and it helped to broaden Cadillac's reach to people that were looking for practicality and style. The SRX (discontinued in 2016) was originally a much larger SUV, but it got smaller over the years to further enhance its abilities around town.

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