Every year the Cadillac lineup is better, more luxurious, and refined. Here is a closer look at the 2022 Cadillac updates you will want to check out at ELCO Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri.
The Cadillac CT4 adds the Blackwing variant to its list of options. The performance-centric variant delivers a 472 horsepower-rated engine, Brembo® performance brakes, a standard six-speed manual transmission, suspension with adaptive damping, and sport-tuned chassis.
Super Cruise™ 1 and Super™ Cruise 2 packages are available on the Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels, and the Sport trim offers Blaze Orange Metallic as a new exterior color.
The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing trim is faster than the CT4-V Blackwing model. Other changes to the 2022 CT5 match the 2022 CT4.
Building upon its 2021 redesign, the 2022 Cadillac Escalade offers standard Buckle to Drive tech while the Luxury trim has standard lane-keeping assistance with lane-departure warning. Puddle lamps are standard on the Platinum trim. Three new metallic paint colors are added to your exterior color options.
Red-painted front and rear brake calipers and 20-inch 12-spoke wheels are features of the XT5 Sport. All trims feature standard Brembo® front brakes.
The Sport trim offers a choice of 21-inch multi-spoke wheel design.
For a luxury drive, there is no better vehicle than a Cadillac model. Stop by ELCO Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri, to get a closer look at the Cadillac lineup.
Supply chain difficulties have caused a lot of delays in the auto industry. Many features and options that brands wanted to include for the 2022 model year just aren’t available. However, we have learned some good news — the Onyx Package is once again available for the 2022 Cadillac Escalade.
This blacked-out appearance package makes the Escalade look even more impressive. With the Onyx Package, the Escalade comes with monochrome Cadillac emblems, a Gloss Black Escalade nameplate, and 22-inch 12-spoke Gloss Black finish alloy wheels.
You can choose this sophisticated option for either the Sport or Sport Platinum trim. If you choose the Sport model, you can expect Escalade to be equipped with a panoramic sunroof, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, and wireless phone charging. The Sport Platinum model adds features like front seats with massage capabilities, an adaptive air suspension, and a 36-speaker AKG premium audio system.
Every Escalade gets its power from an impressive 6.2-liter V8 engine rated at 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. You can choose between standard rear-wheel drive and available four-wheel drive. There is also an optional 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel engine that delivers 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Find out more about the Onyx Package and other ways to customize your 2022 Escalade when you contact us at ELCO Cadillac.
You don’t have to leave the Show Me State to have a blast this spring break. Get ready to pack your bags and load up your Cadillac XT4 — it’s time to hit the highway and enjoy these top spring break destinations in Missouri.
Lake of the Ozarks.
Enjoy a peaceful getaway at Lake of the Ozarks. Relax on a boat tour or rent a kayak to explore the local waterways. Make memories with your friends at the Bagnell Dam Strip, play a round or two at Sugar Creek Miniature Golf, and indulge in delectable American favorites at local restaurants like Baxter’s Lakeside Grille.
With so many attractions, Branson is a spring break spot that’s perfect for partygoers and nature lovers alike. You can explore guided cavern tours or trek along the trails surrounding the scenic Tablerock Lake. And if you’re in the mood for thrills, check out the roller coasters at Silver Dollar City. There are plenty of live shows and shopping opportunities within the city’s entertainment district, too.
This colorful city has something for everyone, so it’s no surprise that it’s known by many names — such as the BBQ Capital of the World, the City of Fountains, and the Paris of the Plains. Spend your spring break cutting loose at the Worlds of Fun theme park or watching the animals at the Kansas City Zoo. You can also chow down on some world-renowned barbecue at LC’s Bar-B-Q or the Danny Edwards BLVD BBQ.
If you’re looking for the perfect road trip companion, consider a new or used Cadillac XT4, available at ELCO Chevrolet Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri.
The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is packed to the brim with cutting-edge conveniences. That’s why it’s earned high praise from the J.D. Power Multimedia Satisfaction Study. This yearly survey explores customer satisfaction with in-vehicle infotainment technology.
To find the year’s top models, J.D. Power surveyed 110,827 drivers about their new vehicle’s tech features. Based on those responses, models were graded on a 1,000-point scale, with a higher score indicating greater customer satisfaction. The Cadillac Escalade earned an impressive 924 points, putting it at the top of the Large Premium segment.
The 2021 Cadillac Escalade boasts a revolutionary infotainment system, complete with an ultra-high-definition three-screen setup that spans 38 inches. The star of the show is a 16.9-inch touch-screen display that gives you easy access to your music, climate controls, navigation settings, and smartphone mirroring. It even offers the convenience of Super Cruise™, a hands-free driving technology that’s compatible with over 200,000 miles of roads across the United States and Canada. You can also opt for a rear-seat entertainment system to keep your kids engaged on long drives. And if you’re an audiophile, upgrade from the standard 19-speaker sound system to the 36-speaker audio setup.
You can experience the 2021 Cadillac Escalade for yourself, right here at ELCO Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri.
The 2020 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 were all-new models, but the automaker isn’t waiting around for the competition to catch up. For the 2021 model year, both cars are getting enhanced features and style. Check out the Cadillac CT4 and CT5 updates below.
Wireless connectivity technologies
Leave your cables at home. The Cadillac CT4 and CT5’s infotainment system has been upgraded to include wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone support, making it easier than ever to stay connected on the go. And for the first time, the CT4 and CT5 are offered with a high-definition, 12-inch digital instrument cluster.
Improved driver-assist features
Cadillac knows the importance of safety. For the 2021 model year, the CT4 gets new smart safety features like standard Front Pedestrian Braking and a Safety Alert Seat. Additionally, both the 2021 CT4 and CT5 now get standard Buckle to Drive, a new standard feature that helps ensure your teen driver can’t drive off without fastening their seat belt.
Cool new style
Got someone to impress? The 2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 updates include two new exterior color options: Infrared Tintcoat and Rift Metallic. These look particularly nice with the blue or red Brembo® V-Performance front brakes. Inside, you can also opt for a Modena leather steering wheel, which not only looks good but feels good as well.
Visit ELCO Chevrolet Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri, to get an in-depth look at the luxurious Cadillac CT4 and CT5 and check out their enhanced features.
The Cadillac XT6 was an all-new addition for the 2020 year. Now, the automaker is gearing up for its second model year with some exciting updates. The 2021 XT6 will feature a new trim level, new engine options, and even more color choices.
For the 2021 model year, Cadillac ads a new base trim level for the XT6. The lineup will now include the Luxury trim, along with the previous Premium Luxury and Sport trims. This will make the 2021 XT6 more accessible and affordable for many families who crave a luxury driving experience.
The Luxury trim will come standard with premium features like an 8-inch touch-screen infotainment display, leatherette upholstery, a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, and various driver safety aids.
Also new for 2021 is a new engine. The XT6 will now come standard with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine rated at 237 horsepower. It will be paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. The 310-horsepower V6 engine will still be available as an option.
Cadillac will also give you more choices when it comes to exterior styling. The 2021 XT6 will have three new color options: Infrared Tintcoat, Dark Moon Blue Metallic, and Wilder, making it easier than ever to find the hue that matches your personality.
Keep your eyes on the ELCO Cadillac blog for up-to-date news on the 2021 XT6, as well as info on all things Cadillac.
Cadillac has seen the future, and it’s electric — or at least most of it is. Late last year, Reuters reported that the head of Cadillac, Steve Carlisle, announced that all – or a majority – of its vehicles would be 100 percent electric by 2030. That means that within the next decade, we’ll be able to watch the automaker that defined American luxury completely redefine the EV market and up the game for the rest of the industry.
If you follow the Cadillac brand closely, you’re probably
not surprised by this news. Cadillac has dabbled in electric vehicles a fair
amount up to this point, and has mentioned its plans for an all-electric future
multiple times. Moreover, it just announced an all-new, fully electric
crossover SUV called the Lyric.
There’s been a fair amount of speculation regarding what
might happen to some beloved Cadillac models if the brand moves forward with
its electric future? Cadillac was sure to say its lineup might be mostly electric by 2030, meaning fan
favorites, like the Escalade, could theoretically continue as a gas model, even
if an EV version is also on offer.
While you and the rest of the world wait to learn more about Cadillac’s upcoming electric crossover – as well as their future lineup – feel free to stop by ELCO Chevrolet Cadillac and experience the vehicles that represent the current pinnacle of American luxury.
The Russo brothers, best known for directing several
“Avengers” films, recently partnered with Cadillac to unveil to the
long-awaited XT6. Cadillac knows XT6 customers are ready for an adventure, and what
better way to kick off the adventurous XT6’s campaign than with the highest
ever grossing film directors of all time.
Deborah Wahl, Cadillac’s chief marketing officer, said of
their decision to team with the Russo brothers, it “was the perfect way to
bring this vision to life.”
Cadillac offers a wide array of paint and interior schemes
on the XT6, but the Russo brothers seemed to have their eyes on the striking
Shadow Metallic finish with a tan leather interior.
The title for the project, “Crew Ready,” seems to indicate
the XT6 is ready to take you and your “crew,” anywhere you need to go. All set
to the tune of Diplo’s “Welcome to the Party,” the video highlights the
vehicle’s highly capable 310 horsepower, 3.6L V6 engine.
While one unfortunate guitarist gets left out of the XT6
because of a child’s car seat in the Russo production, Cadillac is proud to
boast about the XT6’s segment-leading 37.2-inch standard third-row headroom and
78.7 cubic feet of max cargo space behind the first row.
Cadillac offers two trim levels for the XT6. The Premium
Luxury option comes decked out with interior décor upgrades, including wooden
accents, the Sport package receives upgraded wheels and a twin-clutch sport
control AWD system.
With “Crew Ready,” Cadillac and the Russo brothers have shown that Cadillac may be synonymous with luxury, but that doesn’t mean their cars aren’t fun. To get up close and personal with all of Cadillac’s extraordinary vehicles, look no further than ELCO Chevrolet Cadillac.
When it came to lookin’ good in classic American movies, filmmakers knew a surefire way how to do it: shine a spotlight on a cool and classy Cadillac vehicle. Few vehicles have gained as much fame from the movies as Cadillacs, where they have been driven by Hollywood’s greatest actors. Here are some of the most famous Cadillacs featured in movies.
The Big Wheel (1949)
The Big Wheel pays
homage to American auto racing with its main character, Mickey Rooney, gunning
for a career in motorsports. In a movie that heavily features cars, one stands
out in particular — Rooney’s sleek 1941 Cadillac Series 62 convertible coupe.
Pink Cadillac (1989)
The Big Wheel is
not the only film to feature a Series 62 convertible. Pink Cadillac refers to the same model. In this film, Clint
Eastwood — as a bounty hunter — pursues a woman on the run in her husband’s
Driving Miss Daisy (1989)
In Driving Miss Daisy,
one of Daisy’s cars is a white 1970 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special.
This comedy involves the titular group employing a 1959
Cadillac ambulance to travel to all their ghostbusting endeavors.
Feel like a celebrity yourself when you stop in at ELCO Cadillac for a test-drive.
Over time, minor scratches can accumulate on your vehicle, but we have some good news. There are several ways you can remove scratches from your car’s paint that are affordable and effective so you don’t have to pay for a touch-up or whole new coat of paint. Remarkably, you can use toothpaste to remove minor scratches from your car, and here’s how.
Evaluate the scratch. Toothpaste is less effective at combating deeper scratches. If the scratch appears buried, pursue other scratch removal methods.
Wash the area. Use water and a cleaning product designed for car exteriors.
Prepare cloth with toothpaste. Get a microfiber towel, dampen it with water, and add about a quarter-sized amount of toothpaste.
Apply toothpaste to scratch. Firmly rub the toothpaste into the scratch using circular motions.
Rinse off toothpaste using water and re-evaluate the scratch. If necessary, you can reapply toothpaste one or two more times, evaluating after each application. Applying toothpaste more than three times might damage the clear coat on your vehicle’s paint.
Next time you are at your bathroom sink, remember that your toothpaste does more than clean your teeth. If you would like more tips and tricks on caring for your vehicle, visit us at ELCO Cadillac.