Cadillac's Next Flagship Won't Be A Sedan

Posted: Aug 30 2016, 2:37pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Cadillac's Next Flagship Won't be a Sedan
  • Cadillac chief announces their future plans includes new models

Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen has outlined the future of Cadillac holds a whole new range of brand models.

Today the CEO of Cadillac made some very interesting announcements. The announcements can be found in the comments section of an article from The Detroit Bureau.

According to Johan de Nysschen the CEO of Cadillac the future of the company holds a whole new range of updates. In the coming future Cadillac will host significant model refreshes along with the introduction of an entire range of brand new models.

Most importantly the popular range-topping sedan CT8 will be revised so it is no longer a sedan. It is possible the upgrade will turn the CT8 into a luxurious SUV, or there is always the possibility of a flagship four-door coupe.

In the same interview de Nysschen also put some rumors to rest. According to the chief of Cadillac their model Cadillac XTS won't be axed, as the rumor mill suggests.

Instead the model will be put in for a refresh. Although he did not reveal any further details like when the new XTS will arrive or if it will have a changed name, fans will be relieved to hear the model is here to stay.

When we can definitely expect is an entire overhaul of the mechanical and visual modifications in the XTS.

de Nysschen also shared that they will introduce the new Lux 2 and Lux 3 sedan to the American market very soon. It is possible one of these two new sedans will evolve into an entry-level sedan, which could be place behind the ATS.

If this new sedan does come out then it will be rivaling the likes of Mercedes-Benz CLA and BMW 1/2-Series. Other upgrades include work on the CT6 range along with plans of a new compact crossover.

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