Body Styles: 4-door sedan
Drive Configuration: Rear, All-wheel
Engines: 2.0L Turbocharged I-4; 2.5L I-4; 3.6L V-6
Transmissions: M6, A6
Assembly Location: Lansing Grand River, MI
What’s New for ’14
There are no significant changes.
Body Styles: CTS, CTS-V 2-door coupe, 4-door sedan and 4-door wagon
Engines: 2.0L Turbocharged I-4; 3.6L V-6; 3.6L Twin-Turbo V-6; 6.2L Supercharged V-8
Transmissions: A6, A8
Assembly Location: Lansing, MI
What’s New for ‘14
The third-generation CTS sedan is longer, lower and lighter that the previous model.
Engine options for the CTS sedan include 2.0L turbocharged I-4, 3.6L V-6 or 3.6L twin-turbo V-6. A new 8-speed automatic transmission is available on rear-wheel-drive models.
Coupe, wagon and CTS-V sedan models are mainly unchanged.
Body Styles: 2-door coupe
Drive Configuration: Front
Engines: 1.4L I-4/electric motor
Assembly Location: Hamtramck, MI
The ELR is Cadillac’s new extended-range electric vehicle.
The car can drive approximately 35 miles (56 km) using only the energy stored in the battery, then uses a 1.4L gasoline-powered electric generator.
Programmable charging schedules and energy efficiency reports are available online and through smartphone alerts.
Cadillac’s CUE with navigation is standard.
Forward-collision, lane-departure, side-blind-zone and rear-cross-traffic alerts with safety alert seat are available.
Body Styles: 4-door SUV
Engines: 6.2L V-8
Transmissions: A4, A6
Assembly Location: Arlington, Texas
There are no major revisions.
Body Styles: 4-door CUV
Drive Configuration: Front, All-wheel
Engines: 3.6L V-6
Assembly Location: Ramos Arizpe, Mexico
The model continues without significant changes.
Body Styles: Base, Platinum 4-door sedan
Engines: 3.6L V-6; 3.6L Twin-Turbo V-6
Assembly Location: Oshawa, ON, Canada
A 3.6L twin-turbo V-6 engine joins the lineup.
Automatic parking assist is available.
A rear-seat entertainment system with DVD screens in the back of the front seats is offered.
Highlights of 2014 Brand Models
All 2014 U.S. Models
2014 U.S. Model Specifications
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