Unless you closely follow motorsports, you’re probably unaware that Cadillacs have been winning major races and series championships since 2004. The brand is also hoping to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year, which would be its first appearance at the world’s greatest automotive endurance event since 2002. Cadillac’s line of luxury cars and SUVs benefit from the technology tested under the severe conditions of competition. As the brand states, “What we learn on track goes into what we make.”
In the case of the 2018 Cadillac XTS — which is built in Ontario, Canada — Cadillac makes a powerful full-size luxury sedan with high-tech engines, available all-wheel drive, and advanced safety technology. Updated extensively for 2018, the new XTS slots between the CTS and CT6 sedans in Caddy’s extensive range, and competes with the Lincoln Continental, Lexus ES, Genesis G90, and Buick LaCrosse, as well as the popular Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW 5 Series.