2016, cadillac, ct6, charity, cancer, karmanos Automotive News 

First Cadillac CT6 Raises Big Money for Cancer at Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction

General Motors raised $200,000 for the Karmanos Cancer Institute when it auctioned off the chance to own the very first production 2016 Cadillac CT6 luxury flagship sedan at the 13th annual Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction in sunny Palm Beach, Florida. Fellow automotive retailer David Flynn of Columbiana, Ohio made the winning bid of $200,000 for the all-new Cadillac luxury sedan that recently debuted at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. All of Flynn’s bid will go directly to the Karmanos Cancer Institute. As the largest dealership group in the…

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Official: Cadillac’s new flagship named the CT6, not the LTS

One of the next big things to come from Cadillac is the all-new flagship rear-wheel drive model to compete against the likes of the BMW 7-Series and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. This is a big moment because this new model is the first full-size rear-wheel drive luxury sedan from Cadillac since the 1980s–and Cadillac is unequivocally famous for the full-size luxury sedan. But instead of naming the new luxury sedan the LTS as many have predicted, Cadillac’s new top dog takes on the name, CT6. Not only is it different from…

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