These days, sedans, hatchbacks, and even SUVs are laying down seriously fast 'Ring times.
Nothing beats a V8.
Sometimes a lap time isn't the most important thing.
We need more wagons in our lives.
What could have been.
Want somethin that checks all the boxes? The last-gen V-wagon is the car for you.
These cars might not seem like the most exciting, but once you get behind the wheel, it becomes a different story.
According to you.
This year's race should be nuts.
Starting this month, drivers will be able to buy a Cadillac that can drive itself under certain conditions.
After 11 seasons in World Challenge, Cadillac is shifting its focus solely to its IMSA WeatherTech prototype effort.
Never mind the Road Rover, here’s the Beast de Ville.
Appropriately, 115 will be built.
To some JR Hildebrand is an Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, to others he's just the dude with the kickass Cadillac.
Following four straight IMSA WeatherTech victories, the future looks very bright for brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor.
It's a battle between the six-cylinder turbocharged sports sedans.
Ringbrothers made this from two '48 Cadillac Coupés and two new ATS-Vs, with a Dodge Viper windshield acting as the rear window.
Who needs a three-row crossover when you've got this glass bubble behemoth?
The state of the suspension is good. Very good.
Can't wait for the racing to start this weekend? Watch the cars set some hot laps right here to hold you over.
An all-new Cadillac Presidential Limo won't debut for another few months.
Everyone's favorite driver gives us an inside look at Cadillac's new prototype car before its debut at the 24 Hours of Daytona.
Tired of driving the Escalade? Have them send you a CTS-V.
Can you name each car based on its sound alone?
Here's your first exclusive look at the Cadillac DPi-V.R, the American carmaker's entry in Daytona Prototype international racing.
Said another way, this is a '48 Cadillac with a 464-hp twin-turbo V6, ABS, traction control, Track Mode, and a touchscreen dashboard.
And for this Scottish expatriate living in Peru, that's exactly the way he likes it.
The Texas tuner claims that's enough power to hit 60 mph in 3.9 seconds.
Buy a new V-series and a ticket to Las Vegas, and the rest is gratis.