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    If Cadillac President Steve Carlisle's vision turns into a reality, we're in for plenty of disruption by the end of the coming decade. The brand chief's vision, shared by many in the industry (especially overseas), depicts a land almost completely devoid of new internal combustion vehicles...
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    Cadillac has come up with a fancy new way for onlookers to tell what's under the hood of the car they're looking at. Starting with the XT6 400, Cadillacs will get three-digit badges that relate to a particular model's torque figure. But only relate loosely. Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed...
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    Cadillac's CEO, Steve Carlisle, doesn't believe that 300-350 miles of range will be acceptable for the electric crossover it revealed before the Detroit auto show. "We'll have to push past 300 miles," Carlisle told us at the show. "Have to put customers at the center. An internal combustion car...
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    At the start of next year, Steve Carlisle, the newly installed head of Cadillac, will introduce his plan for the brand. And while he doesn't want to reveal too much before then, he did tell the Detroit Free Press that he was calling it "master brand." "Cadillac has its own values-boldness...
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    One of Johann de Nysschen's marquee decisions as head of Cadillac is being reversed, as new president Steve Carlisle is moving the luxury brand back to Detroit, reports the Wall Street Journal. The move back is being explained as a way to improve the lines of communication between GM and...
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    Halfway through the brand's decade-long turnaround plan, Cadillac President Steve Carlisle says the company is finally ready to paint the town redder than a baboon's ass. As you'll no doubt recall, Carlisle took over for Johan de Nysschen after a "surprise management change" last April. He's...
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    It's looking increasingly like the compression ignition engine won't get an opportunity to redeem itself at Cadillac. After making diesel a dirty word in the early 1980s with the help of Oldsmobile's cantankerous, oil-burning 5.7-liter V8, GM's luxury arm dived back into diesel development...
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    When Cadillac got a new leader, Steve Carlisle headed over and left GM Canada leaderless. He was quickly replaced by Travis Hester, though, who has now lain out his plans for the future of the Canadian wing. Since Carlisle left on good terms, Hester doesn't think the ship needs to turn too...
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    Controversial decisions that ruffled the feathers of dealers and brand faithful alike defined the Johan de Nysschen era at Cadillac. Project Pinnacle left the brand's dealers in revolt, forcing changes and delays in the streamlining, brand-boosting strategy. Meanwhile, many still feel Cadillac...
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    Steve Carlisle is the new senior vice president at GM and president of Cadillac, taking over from Johan de Nysschen. De Nysschen will leave the company effective immediately, allowing Carlisle to take over from the South African who was appointed to his position in 2014. "We appreciate Johan's...
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