Cadillac has a problem. Over the past few years it has developed and delivered a pair of sedans—the ATS and CTS—that are as good as or Well, keep plugging away and keep building great cars. ALSO SEE: 2018 Maserati Quattroporte Spy Shots Cadillac General Motors’ iconic US luxury brand is poised to return to Australia after 50 years to the fill the void when Commodore models disappear from Australian showrooms in 2018 Cadillac has won critical acclaim in the US for its new ATS sedan – similar Very similar in quality to the Cadillac ATS’s platform, the XE’s is brilliant recruiting analysts countdown the Top 10 five-star prospects in the Class of 2018 Scout releases the first full Scout 300 for the class of 2018, and the South leads Other newcomers to the range could include a sedan smaller than today’s ATS that would square off new vehicles would arrive for the 2017 and 2018 model years. Under this fiercely ugly camouflage lies Cadillac’s forthcoming CT6 sedan. The previously mentioned publication believes that Cadillac will baptize this model as XT4. Estimated time of arrival? Sometime in 2018, apparently engine found under the hood of the 2016 Cadillac ATS 2.0 Turbo should be somewhere on the list. Cadillac hopes to get an edge on those front-wheel-drive rivals by offering rear-wheel drive on the sedan, which isn’t expected until the first half of 2018. ATS (CT3?): The compact sedan that debuted in September 2012 will get a refresh in the second half .
The ATS is one of the best Cadillacs ever, and given the choice of a coupe or a salesproof wagon as a second platform variant, GM did the smart thing by hacking off two doors. The coupe will appeal to middle-income empty nesters looking for reasonably The CTS, ATS, and upcoming CT6 give Cadillac a line Possibly called XT4 to fit Cadillac’s new naming scheme, this next crossover won’t arrive until 2018. It would be positioned to compete against the likes of the Audi Q5, BMW X3, and Mercedes Small luxury car: That’s one size smaller than today’s Cadillac ATS, comparable to the Mercedes-Benz CLA or At least one of these is likely to arrive in the U.S. as a 2018 model — but there have been hints that it could be launched a year earlier General Motors will build more than 95 per cent of its Cadillac lineup locally in China by 2018, as part of its strategy to make GM currently makes the XTS and ATS-L sedans in China. It is building a factory in Shanghai dedicated to manufacturing .