Cadillac Vehicles Can Now Receive Package Deliveries with Amazon Key

From the ATS Coupe and CTS Sedan to the XT4 crossover and Escalade SUV, Cadillac vehicles are well known for their class-leading luxury. Cadillac vehicles now offer an additional layer of luxury, though, as a partnership with Amazon Prime now enables Amazon delivery directly to your Cadillac vehicle with Amazon Key.

Amazon Key In-Car Delivery is a service for Cadillac drivers with Amazon Prime and OnStar connectivity services that allows drivers to have Amazon packages delivered directly to their vehicle, whether they’re at home, work, or elsewhere in an Amazon delivery zone.

The service is available on 2015 models and newer and is currently available in 37 US cities and their surrounding areas, and more supported areas are being added all the time.

Amazon Key In-Car Delivery works by connecting the Amazon Key App to your existing OnStar and Amazon accounts. Once this is done, delivery drivers are able to unlock your vehicle, deliver a package, and then lock your vehicle again. For added security, drivers receive mobile notices when their vehicles are accessed and another notice when their vehicle is locked once again after delivery.

In today’s hectic world, the Amazon Key In-Car Delivery service adds a luxurious layer of convenience to everyday life and makes enjoying the finer side of life all the easier. To learn more about the service, stop by Trent Cadillac in New Bern NC.

Long-Awaited All-New Cadillac Escala Rumored to Enter Production

One of the most anticipated vehicles in Cadillac’s future may very well be on its way. Rumors suggest that the all-new Cadillac Escala will soon enter production. The vehicle, which isn’t in Cadillac’s current lineup but made its 2016 debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, has already earned itself quite a fan-following among enthusiasts. In fact, the Cadillac Escala has been in development for so long that fans were beginning to wonder if it was being released to the masses at all.

But fans of the new sedan won’t have to worry anymore. The rumor mill says that the Cadillac Escala will be on its way by 2021. The news came from a video produced by Autoline Network and shared by AutoForecast Solutions, in which AutoForecast Solutions vice president Sam Fiorani shared that “a new program at Cadillac that the manufacturer is calling ‘Escala’” would be “a very limited production model due to enter production in 2021.” The Cadillac Escala, the video reported, will also be constructed at the brand’s plant in Hamtramck, Michigan.

This location suggests that the all-new Cadillac Escala will share the Omega platform with the Cadillac CT6, which is produced at the same plant. However, the Cadillac Escala will likely be larger than the CT6, suggesting the brand is getting a new flagship sedan.

Here at Trent Cadillac, we can’t wait to see if this exciting new Cadillac concept vehicle comes to fruition by 2021.

2019 Cadillac XT4 Reveal

The Cadillac lineup hasn’t expanded too much in recent years, but now the luxury marque is looking to change that. The manufacturer is off to an impressive start with the official reveal of the 2019 Cadillac XT4. Slotted below the Cadillac XT5 crossover, the Cadillac XT4 is perfect for younger drivers interested in technology and luxury at an affordable price.

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 was officially unveiled ahead of the New York International Auto Show. The all-new model remains true to what Cadillac represents while providing a confident crossover for younger drivers.

Sweeping lines located both inside and out set the Cadillac XT4 apart from the rest of the lineup. The cabin offers more space than most competitors. The upcoming model even features best-in-class rear seat legroom.

Unlike in other Cadillac models, the Cadillac XT4 features a rotary control system as opposed to a touchscreen-based system. The new control scheme is designed to work flawlessly with the Cadillac User Experience interface.

The Cadillac XT4 will arrive with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that produces 237 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Notably, the XT4 crossover does not include the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. The advanced system is reserved for more expensive models, at least for the moment.

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 will arrive on dealership lots in fall. Here at Trent Cadillac, we are eagerly awaiting its arrival.