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It takes a lot to stop the ATS-V in its tracks. With a Brembo® high performance braking system as standard, you have enough stopping power for any situation. Click here to see what else the ATS-V has to offer: bit.ly/1M3A4J0 #ATS #VSERIES
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Really nice
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Anne Wojcicki was a successful stock analyst on Wall Street who dared to risk it all and devote herself to DNA research. She founded @23andMe in hope they could unlock the secrets to curing the world’s diseases. Watch her interview on daring at http://bit.ly/1JUZQU4 #DAREGREATLY
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Thay one of. The. Hot cars. Today in. Always. Cadi. Babe babe. Is. Hot. On. The. Map. Ride with. Them. That. What's. Up. Thay. Hot. .
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Obsessively detailed. #DAREGREATLY #CTSV
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I wish GM would produce RHD versions of their Cadillacs.  They have the right products to compete against the big 3, and in fact, I believe Cadillacs are more superior to the big 3 now, so it's just a matter of producing a car for every market!
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Experience how celebrated icons dare to drive the world forward. http://bit.ly/1zvOxHG
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CADILLACS MAKE NO BIG FULL SIZE SEDANS,COUPES,
JUST LIL JUNKS
BYE BYE CADILLAC!
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"Credit the man who knows the triumph of achievement."
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I own two cts coupes and could not ask for anything better then them. The old saying if you cant say anything nice don't say anything
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"Credit the man who strives valiantly."
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A dominating presence with purpose. The ATS-V has advanced aerodynamics to decrease lift and drag. Click here to learn how else the ATS-V dominates: bit.ly/1N8NVB4 #ATS #VSERIES
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Maybe in another colour but in black it doesn't look in the least bit subtlely aggressive or menacing at all.
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Daring History: (1956) Always at the forefront of development, Cadillac constructs a Design Studio to house their Styling Staff #DAREGREATLY #TBT
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CADILLAC WOULD DO WELL TO DO A LOT OF THINGS LIKE
IN 50s, like build much bigger sedans with truly good looks.

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Today, the credit belongs to you for actually being in the arena.
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Nice way to advertise. Creative and unique
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"His place shall never be with those cold and timid souls."
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Why no attribution to Teddy Roosevelt in the full page Newspaper ads?
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love this cadillac but i hatei cant have it its anoying 
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Message to Cadillac enthusiasts and the odd skeptical observer:

Cadillac is embarking upon a bold new journey.

And the Cadillac organization is invigorated. It’s not often that a 112-year-old icon with such a legacy reinvents itself, and it’s awesome for all of us to be part of it.

Of course, those of you who follow our industry know that, over the last few months, we have already begun to disturb the status quo. In the process, we have unavoidably ruffled some feathers: moving part of our operations from Detroit to New York City; placing Cadillac in charge of its own operational destiny; outlining a plan to dramatically expand the product portfolio; creating a consistent nomenclature for our cars. And yes, as far as the car names go, I know it appears as if we are changing one set of “alphabet soup” names for another, but as they say in the classics, there is "method in the madness." Have faith, it will all fall precisely and logically into place over time.

Furthermore, if you’ve been following our new product launches, you will know that the latest generation of Cadillac vehicles are among the very best available on the market today. Not only have we impressed every industry expert, the cars have received award after award.

Cadillac is back. The fact is that Cadillac’s resurgence as an automaker of exceptional prowess and producer of superlative automobiles is well underway, and this is reflected in many of the strong gains achieved around the world last year. Cadillac has never produced better product than is available today—and we have only just begun our product offensive—with a single-minded focus to stun friends and foes alike, with one fascinating new Cadillac after another.

While product fascination provides substance for our ambitions, we must also embark on a philosophical shift to match these ambitions.

To once again become the standard for excellence around the globe, we cannot follow any of the examples set by the luxury market "establishment," nor meekly succumb to preconceived notions about this great brand, or even perceptions about our rivals. We respect each and every one of our competitors, but Cadillac will chart its own course, and we will speak our own truth.

Cadillac is on a mission to shatter the status quo. Cadillac will lead with highly aspirational products packed with advanced technology, superlative craftsmanship and distinctive design. And a brand character that symbolizes quality and respect. We don't aim to be the biggest. We aim to be the best, the highly aspirational domain of the few.

In the words of one of the great American presidents, Theodore Roosevelt: “It is not the critic who counts.” Only those who are willing to accept risk, who have the courage to dare greatly, shape the future.

At Cadillac, we are about shaping our future, and with it, the future of the luxury automobile industry.

The presentation of the ATS-V in Los Angeles late 2014, followed by the CTS-V in Detroit in January this year, was the first salvo directly into what constitutes the very essence of the luxury segment. The next reveal under our bold philosophy of excellence will be in New York City, on the 31st of March. The unveiling of the CT6 Sedan will be the latest, most daring expression of Cadillac’s ambition.

But that’s not where it ends—as I stated, we have only just begun.

Advanced plans are underway to introduce 8 all-new vehicles before the end of the decade. The transformation of Cadillac is happening all around us. And it has been a while since our industry has witnessed change of this magnitude.

The auto industry is a long-cycle business, and we cannot execute all of our plans nor reach all of our goals overnight, but Cadillac is now firmly on course to reclaim its rightful place as the iconic, global luxury brand, made in America.
As we have our supporters, so too we will have our detractors—those who express their discomfort about this bold challenge to the status quo, through criticism and skepticism. We accept these loud protests at the disruption to the established order and understand it means we simply have to work harder and to convey the truth of today to those whose perceptions are still rooted in yesterday.

We know for some it may be a long and arduous journey.

But we are ready.
For at Cadillac, we dare greatly.
Thank you.

Johan de Nysschen
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Congratulations and now come to Brazil
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