Kid Friendly Summer Bucket List Items

kite flying - Vero Beach, FLSummer is a magical time for people of all ages, especially kids. As the weather gets warmer and the sky brighter outdoor adventures are a must.

Luckily, there’s never a shortage of fun things to do! There are literally hundreds of activities for kids to enjoy, but these few always belong on the summer bucket list.

Picnics

What better way to enjoy summer than by venturing outside for a picnic! Pack along food and refreshments, roll out that blanket and soak in the sun for a peaceful experience

Kites

Simple but so effective. Let the wind carry your kite as you chase after it to and fro. A great way to have fun and also get in some exercise!

Backyard Camping

You don’t have to travel far to get away from it all! Spend a night under the stars and become one with nature as you sleep in the gentle breeze.

Water Balloon Fights

Perfect for groups of friend to enjoy together, you can fill up colorful water balloons and throw with all your might as you try to stay cool in the summer heat.

Ice Cream Trips

Last but certainly not least: getting ice cream! The treat that’s ideal during those hot days, ice cream is a staple of surviving summer.

Have any more ideas? Linus Cadillac Buick GMC would love to hear them!

Cadillac Escala Concept is One of Many Showcased in Detroit

Cadillac Escala Concept is One of Many Showcased in Detroit | Linus Cadillac Buick GMC | Vero Beach, FL

Cadillac Concept Announced

Cadillac recently made a splash at the Detroit Auto Show, also called the North American International Auto Show. In particular, the brand showcased the Cadillac Escala. Though not the premiere of the vehicle, Cadillac was able to release some important information about the modern-looking car. Don’t just take our word for it—this car is truly stunning.

According to Bloomberg, the new Cadillac Escala concept is a sleek, four-door sedan with a range of premium features. This includes LED lighting, an aluminum grille, 22-inch rims with special designs, and a truly distinct front fascia. It also has a smooth body line that signals motion and speed—perfect for this model.

New Technologies To Come

President Johan De Nysschen said that the Escala is “the direction we are thinking about for technologies, automation, connectivity, interior design, [and] craftsmanship.” Under the hood of this concept is a twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine.

Cadillac also showcased some other models, including the CT6 Plug-In. This new sedan has a hybrid powertrain that has up to 30 miles of pure-electric range, over 400 miles of hybrid range, and up to 335 horsepower. It truly is the future of powertrain design. Presented alongside the new Cadillac Escala, the CT6 Plug-In signals to visitors that Cadillac is aiming to set new standards in the following years.