The biggest news for Cadillac in 2015 was the all-new Escalade, which was redesigned from top-to-bottom to incorporate the newest safety features and technologies. Following that, the ATS also boasted a new front fascia, new badging, rolling Wi-Fi, and a more capable 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. The CTS got a new emblem and grill, rolling Wi-Fi and parallel parking system, with optional collision mitigation packages. Lastly, both the SRX and the XTS got rolling Wi-Fi and updated trim and option packages to cap off the year.
In its third-generation, the CTS is a competing brand to other luxury cars like the E-Class by Mercedes or the 5 Series by BMW. A serene roofline and nameplate luxury styling make this roadster a highly desirable addition to the garage.
The extended length version of the Escalade sport utility vehicle, the completely redesigned 2015 Cadillac Escalade ESV’s 224.3 inches of total length presents exceptional luxury comfort of three rows of passengers.