Who invented the first Cadillac?

Answer The first Cadillac was created with an Oldsmobile engine redesigned by Henry M. Leland. He offered the design to investors of the Henry Ford Company, which led to the formation of the Cadillac Auto... Read More »

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Who invented the Cadillac Escalade?

Edward T. Wellburn designed the Cadillac Escalade, which was based heavily on the design of the GMC Yukon Denali. Wellburn currently serves as vice president of global design for the General Motors... Read More »

What does DTS mean on a Cadillac?

DTS on a Cadillac stands for "DeVille Touring Sedan." The DTS package was originally a trim level on the Cadillac DeVille. However, Cadillac dropped the "DeVille" name after 2005, renaming the vehi... Read More »

How did Cadillac get its name?

As unlikely as it might seem, 18th century French exploration has a lot to do with an American luxury car model. When Cadillac was founded in the early 1900s, its owners looked back 200 years in De... Read More »

What Does the BCM Do in My Cadillac?

First introduced on the 1985 C-body Cadillac, the body control module (BCM) has been used on Cadillac systems ever since. The BCM interacts and exchanges information with the powertrain control mod... Read More »