List of Cadillac vehicles

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From 1902 to the modern day, Cadillac, a division of General Motors, has introduced many models with differing engines to establish itself as the premier luxury car in the United States.[1] All Cadillacs were originally manufactured at GM's Detroit Assembly starting with the company's beginning in 1902, with production added to the South Gate Assembly and Linden Assembly in the 1930s.

Current[edit]

Exterior Name Year Introduced Production of the current model Facelift (update) Generation Vehicle Information
Cars
Cadillac ATS 2.0 Turbo AWD Premium – Frontansicht, 16. Oktober 2015, Düsseldorf.jpg ATS 2012
2012
1st generation
Compact luxury sedan based on GM Alpha platform
Cadillac CTS 2.0 Turbo Luxury (III) – Frontansicht, 5. September 2015, Düsseldorf.jpg CTS 2002
2013
3rd generation
Mid-sized luxury sedan based on GM Alpha platform
Cadillac XTS 01 China 2014-04-14.jpg XTS 2012
2012
1st generation
Full-sized luxury sedan based on GM Epsilon II platform
Cadillac CT6 04 2015.jpg CT6 2016
2016
1st generation
Full-sized luxury sedan based on GM Omega platform
Performance Cars
2015-03-03 Geneva Motor Show 5824.JPG ATS-V 2013
2013
1st generation
Compact luxury sedan based on Alpha platform
2015-03-03 Geneva Motor Show 5826.JPG CTS-V 2004
2015
3rd generation
Mid-sized performance sedan based on Alpha platform
SUVs
XT5.jpg XT5 2016
2016
1st generation
Mid-sized luxury crossover based on C1XX platform
Cadillac Escalade IV ESV 002 China 2016-04-13.jpg Escalade 1999
2014
4th generation
Full-sized body-on-frame SUV based on K2XX platform

Historical and classic, 1902-1949[edit]

Early Antique[edit]

  • 1902-1903 Cadillac Runabout and Tonneau — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1903-1904 Cadillac Model A — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1904 Cadillac Models A and B
    • Model A — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model B — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1905 Cadillac Models B, C, D, E and F
  • 1906 Cadillac Models H, K, L, and M
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model K — 74 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model L — 110 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1907 Cadillac Models G, H, K, and M
    • Model G — 100 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model K — 74 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1908 Cadillac Models G, H, M, S and T
    • Model G — 100 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model S — 82 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model T — 82 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1909-1911 Cadillac Model Thirty
    • 1909 — 106 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • 1910 — 110 in wheelbase; 120 in wheelbase (limousine) four-cylinder engine Fisher
    • 1911 — 116 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1912 — Cadillac Model 1912; 116 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1913 — Cadillac Model 1913; 120 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1914 — Cadillac Model 1914; 120 and 134 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1915 — Cadillac Type 51; 122  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1916 — Cadillac Type 53; 122  132  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1917 — Cadillac Type 55; 125  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1918-1919 Cadillac Type 57; 125  132  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher

1920s[edit]

1930s[edit]

  • 1930 Cadillac Series 353, 370 and 452 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 353 — 140  and 152 in wheelbase V8 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 370 — 140  143  and 152 in wheelbase V12 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 452 — 148 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1931 Cadillac Series 355, 370-A and 452-A Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 355 — 134  and 152 in wheelbase V8 Fleetwood
    • Series 370-A — 140  143  and 152 in wheelbase V12 Fleetwood
    • Series 452-A — 148 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1932 Cadillac Series 355-B, 370-B and 452-B Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 355-B — 134  and 156 in wheelbase V8 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 370-B — 140  and 156 in wheelbase V12 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 452-B — 143 and 149 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1933 Cadillac Series 355-C, 370-C and 452-C Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1934 Cadillac Series 10, 20, 30 and 452-D Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1935 Cadillac Series 10, 20, 30 and 452-D Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1936 Cadillac Series 36-60, 36-70, 36-75, 36-80, 36-85, 36-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1937 Cadillac Series 36-60, 37-65, 37-70, 37-75, 37-85, 37-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1938 Cadillac Series 38-60, 38-60S, 38-65, 38-75, 38-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1939 Cadillac Series 39-60S, 39-65, 39-75, 39-90 Fisher Fleetwood

1940s[edit]

1950s (Finned Fifties)[edit]

Chiang Kai-shek's Cadillac

1960s[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

1990s[edit]

  • 1992-2002
  • 1989-1993
  • 1989-1993
  • 1992-1997
    • Seville -111.0 in (2,820 mm) wheelbase, V8
  • 1994–1999
    • DeVille —113.8 in (2,890 mm) wheelbase, V8
  • 1997–2001
    • Catera —107.5 in (2,730 mm) wheelbase, V6
  • 1989-1992
  • 1990-1992
  • 1993-1996
  • 1993
  • 1998-2000
  • 1998-2004
    • Seville -112.2 in (2,850 mm) wheelbase, V8

2000's[edit]

  • 2000–2005 DeVille —115.3 in (2,930 mm) wheelbase, V8
  • 2002-2006 Escalade
    • 2002-2006 Escalade
    • 2003-2006 Escalade ESV
  • 2003-2007 CTS
    • 2003-2007 CTS
    • 2004-2007 CTS-V
  • 2004-2009 XLR
    • 2004-2009 XLR
    • 2006-2009 XLR-V
  • 2005-2010 BLS (not sold in the United States)
  • 2005-2011 STS
    • 2005-2011 STS -116.4 in (2,960 mm) wheelbase
    • 2005-2009 STS-V -116.4 in (2,960 mm) wheelbase
  • 2006-2011 DTS -115.6 in (2,940 mm) wheelbase, V8
  • 2007-2014 Escalade

2010's to Current[edit]

Concepts, prototypes[edit]

  • Cadillac Caribbean, Coupe de Ville, El Rancho, Embassy — 1949
  • Cadillac Debutante — 1950
  • Cadillac custom roadster for Bill Boyer — 1951-52
  • Cadillac Eldorado and Townsman — 1952
  • Cadillac Le Mans, Orleans — 1953
  • Cadillac El Camino, La Espada, Park Avenue, PF 200 Cabriolet — 1954 [a custom job by Pinin Farina on 1953 Cadillac chassis, for private client]
  • Cadillac Celebrity, Eldorado Brougham, La Salle II Roadster and Sedan, Eldorado St. Moritz, Westchester — 1955
  • Cadillac Castilian, Gala, Maharani, Palomino, Eldorado Brougham and Eldorado Brougham Town Car — 1956
  • Cadillac Director — 1957
  • Cadillac "Bubble-Top" parade car — 1957
  • Cadillac "Rain Car" and 4-door Eldorado Seville — 1958
  • Cadillac Skylight coupe/convertible — 1958
  • Cadillac Cyclone — 1959 [later rebodied]
  • Cadillac "Bubble-Top" parade car [built in Canada] — 1959
  • Cadillac Starlight — 1959
  • Cadillac 4-door phaeton — 1960
  • Cadillac Eldorado Chicago Show Car — 1961
  • Cadillac XP-715 La Salle — 1961
  • Cadillac Florentine — 1964
  • Cadillac XP-840 Eldorado Fastback — 1965
  • Cadillac NART — 1970
  • Cadillac TAG Function Car — 1978 [a test vehicle on Eldorado chassis by Swiss coach builder, Franco Sbarro]
  • Cadillac Cimarron — 1985
  • Cadillac Voyage — 1988
  • Cadillac Solitaire — 1989
  • Cadillac Aurora — 1990
  • Cadillac Evoq — 1999
  • Cadillac Eldorado — 2000
  • Cadillac Imaj — 2000
  • Cadillac Vizon — 2001
  • Cadillac Cien — 2002
  • Cadillac Sixteen — 2003
  • Cadillac BLS and Villa — 2005
  • Cadillac Provoq — 2008
  • Cadillac CTS Coupe — 2008
  • Cadillac Converj (PHEV) — 2009
  • Cadillac World Thorium Fuel (WTF) — 2009
  • Cadillac XTS Platinum — 2010
  • Cadillac Aera — 2010
  • Cadillac Urban Luxury Concept (ULC) — 2010
  • Cadillac Ciel — 2011
  • Cadillac Elmiraj — 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Laam, Michael (January 2002). "100 Years of Cadillac History". Popular Mechanics. Archived from the original on January 27, 2010. Retrieved 2009-04-26.