Cadillac Models

Forget the images of grandpa’s old Caddy. Cadillac has been a steady popular modern car over the last few decades. See pictures and learn about the specs, features and history of Cadillac cars.


The 1987-1993 Cadillac Allante was built to compete with European cars in the luxury two-seater market. The Allante lasted up until 1993 before it was discontinued. Read on about the history of the Cadillac Allante.

The 1990-1991 Cadillac Seville STS offered great performance handling and a comfortable ride. Some issues with this model include the squared-off design and back seat leg room. Get more details on the 90-91 Cadillac Seville STS at HowStuffWorks.

The 1992-2000 Cadillac Eldorado ETC was a large luxury coupe with world-class performance and handling. Hard lines set the Eldorado apart from the rounder cars of the mid 1990s. Learn more about the 1992-2000 Cadillac Eldorado ETC at HowStuffWorks.

The 2000-2008 Cadillac lineup include a string of boldly styled new models triggering Cadillac’s comeback. Learn how models like the Escalade CTS XLR and SRX competed with the imports and pleased carbuyers and critics alike.

Check out this exciting series of articles that chronicles every Cadillac from 1930 through 2008. More than 100 color photos celebrate them and the developments designs and characters that went into their creation are explored.

In the 1990s Cadillac’s image as a leading luxury automaker was tarnished. It failed to attract younger buyers and to keep its older customers. Learn what changes Cadillac made during this era.

The 1980-1989 Cadillac lost its status as a premier luxury brand. The carmaker lost sales income and credibility through costly mistakes and wasteful distractions. Learn how Cadillac’s decisions in this era hurt its reputation.

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