Cadillac’s Most Luxurious Car

If you’re in the market for a luxury car, a Cadillac is a great option. These large luxury sedans offer a smooth ride and classically spacious interior.

General Motors has unveiled its most luxurious vehicle yet, the CELESTIQ. This all-electric ultra-luxury sedan features advanced technology and handcrafted artistry.

If you’re interested in purchasing a Cadillac, be sure to stop by the lots at Jake Sweeney Cadillac. Our experts will answer any questions you may have about these impressive vehicles.

The CT6

The Cadillac CT6 is the brand’s flagship sedan, and it packs enough luxury, technology, and comfort to compete with Europe’s largest luxury cars. It also offers competitive fuel economy, a quiet cabin, and the latest driver assistance features.

However, it’s not without its flaws. The trunk for a large sedan is relatively small, and the backseat could be roomier.

Thankfully, the Cadillac has a range of options for drivers who want more room or a higher-powered engine. The CT6-V is the range-topping model, and it gets a twin-turbocharged 4.2-liter V8 “Blackwing” engine that’s hand-built by one person in Bowling Green. This powerplant delivers 550 horsepower and a ten-speed automatic transmission. The car is available with front-and-rear automated emergency braking, night vision, and advanced adaptive cruise control. The Platinum version also includes a hands-free power tailgate and 20-inch wheels.

A rearview camera and keyless entry and start are standard. Buyers can upgrade to the Premium Luxury package to add a head-up display, navigation, and wireless smartphone charging. There’s also an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, plus a rotary controller for easier navigation. Audio quality is decent, with a clear-sounding Bose Panaray 34-speaker surround-sound system.

Cadillac’s smallest SUV is the XT6, which competes with midsize luxury SUVs from other manufacturers. It isn’t as spacious or luxurious as its larger rivals, but it has plenty of room for passengers and cargo. It also has a potent turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 310 horsepower and can tow up to 3,500 pounds.

The XT6 is also available with the 550-horsepower Blackwing engine and a ten-speed automatic transmission. It’s not as fuel-efficient as the non-hybrid version, but it has enough power for most drivers. The XT6 Plug-In is the most fuel-efficient option, and it comes with the ability to monitor your vehicle’s charge, battery status, range, and more through the MyCadillac Mobile App. If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of a Cadillac CT6, be sure to check out the inventory at Jake Sweeney Cadillac today!

The CTS-V

The CTS-V is a sport sedan that combines luxury and performance. Its 640-horsepower supercharged V8 (the same as the Z06) propels it to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and tops out at 201 mph. The CTS-V feels like a track toy when driven hard, but it’s also an enjoyable daily driver on the road.

Inside, the opulent feel continues. There are carbon fiber and silver accent panels, but most of the surfaces are soft to the touch. And the front seats are surprisingly comfortable. Cadillac uses Recaro performance chairs that offer a respectable level of support with thick bolsters and plenty of adjustability.

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Cadillac’s Blackwing drive mode selector is located on the steering wheel, the size and positioning of which owe a debt to Ferrari’s manettino. Clicking it progressively loosens up the car’s controls — from a wet-weather mode that turns off the stability control to one that gives the engine full power for better acceleration, plus two race-style modes and others that tweak various settings depending on surface and driving style.

As a whole, the CTS-V is more than capable of keeping up with its German rivals. Its stiff rear-wheel-drive chassis, 6.4-liter V8, and a top speed of 200 mph all put it in contention. And when you’re done tearing up the back roads, the car has a refined feel that makes it perfectly at home in a crowded shopping mall or navigating the traffic on the way to work.

The only thing that keeps the CTS-V from being a world-class luxury car is its relative lack of rear legroom. But if you’re willing to sacrifice that for a little bit of extra speed and capability, the CTS-V is well worth considering.

Cadillac’s newest model is the Celestiq, a battery-powered electric car that can go up to 310 miles between charges and will cost you north of $300,000. The company’s flagship vehicle isn’t quite ready for prime time yet, but when it does debut, it should be a force to be reckoned with. It’s a long, fastback design that’s evocative and striking with its novel herringbone not-grille grille, simple window graphics, and unique lighting.

The XTS

If you want a large luxury sedan that offers classic luxury features and great value, look no further than the Cadillac XTS. This big sedan offers a smooth, quiet ride quality and lots of passenger room. It also comes with a wide array of luxury features and high-tech safety options that make it a smart choice for those looking for a modern version of the traditional luxury sedan.

The XTS is powered by a smooth, responsive engine that provides plenty of acceleration for daily driving. The base model is quiet and refined, but those looking for a sportier drive should opt for the Vsport. Even with the more potent engine, this Cadillac still gets respectable fuel economy and handles well on the highway. It doesn’t feel big and lumbering like some of its full-size European rivals, although it does have some body roll when cornering hard.

With a comfortable cabin and spacious rear seat, the XTS is perfect for long road trips. Front seats are soft and supportive, and there’s plenty of head- and legroom for taller occupants. Standard amenities include a premium-feeling leather interior, a power driver’s seat, and the CUE infotainment system with a large 8.0-inch display. Higher-spec models add real wood trim and more luxurious leather.

If you’re looking for a sportier Cadillac, check out the CTS-V. This performance model is where Cadillac meets the racetrack, with a powerful twin-turbo engine that can blast this sedan to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and encroach on supercar territory. It’s one of the most awe-inspiring cars in its class, and it’s definitely not for the faint of heart.

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If you’re in the market for a new luxury car, consider the Cadillac CELESTIQ. This all-new electric vehicle is the brand’s first EV, and it’s designed to be the most advanced Cadillac ever. It uses a revolutionary battery-to-motor drive system to offer all the advantages of an EV without sacrificing Cadillac’s signature luxury. It’s also built with a cutting-edge manufacturing process that takes the guesswork out of quality using computer-aided design, accelerated testing, and unprecedented artisan craftsmanship.

The Escalade

By any objective measure, the Escalade is a mediocre luxury SUV. Every BMW M, Mercedes-AMG, and Audi RS SUV leaves it huffing exhaust in a drag race, and minivans, economy cars, and Jeep Wranglers can embarrass it on a cloverleaf on-ramp. But Cadillac has managed to make this hulking people-mover feel more manageable than ever thanks to its adaptive air ride suspension and magnetic ride control that constantly adjusts as the road changes.

The 6.2-liter V8 that powers the standard Escalade and the longer-wheelbase ESV model makes 682 hp and 653 lb.-ft of torque. That’s more than enough to get this 6,000-pound behemoth up to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and rip down the highway with aplomb.

If you want even more power, Cadillac offers a twin-turbocharged version that pumps out 755 hp and 755 lb.-ft of torque, enough to take this monster SUV to 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds. That engine can also be mated to an all-new 10-speed automatic transmission with active fuel management, which helps the Escalade achieve its impressive highway mileage numbers.

Inside the opulent cabin, everything is made from real leather (except the fake stuff in base Luxury models), and Platinum trim gets super-soft semi-aniline hides. The massive curved organic light-emitting diode infotainment screen that sits atop the dashboard is one of the clearest and sharpest I’ve seen in any venue, automotive or otherwise.

There’s plenty of space for people in the second and third rows, with either a bench or power-folding seats available depending on your needs. A full suite of flagship technology is available, including Cadillac’s Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system that’ll be available later this year.

To a certain generation of MTV viewers raised on Jackass, Pimp My Ride, and Britney Spears’ Toxic video, the Escalade is the car that defines the term “big pimpin’.” And to this day, it’s still pretty much the best-selling Cadillac in America. That’s why Cadillac is celebrating it this month by bringing back the original Escalade for its 30th anniversary, offering a new Premium Luxury model that adds a long list of premium features to the already opulent SUV.