2018 Cadillac Ct8

According to the head honcho over at Cadillac, this model is a top priority if the company wants to compete with German compact luxury crossovers, such as the popular BMW X3. Late last year, Cadillac filed trademarks for CT2 to CT8 and XT2 to XT8 with the We’ve been hearing about the Cadillac CT6 for years but it appears the company has Little is known about the model but de Nysschen hinted it could be called either the CT8 or CT9. Besides talking about the new flagship, de Nysschen said the company The successor to the Cadillac SRX will the first model with the new “XT” naming structure for crossovers, according to Reuters, due sometime in 2016. The on-again-off-again three-row Cadillac crossover is reportedly on again for 2017 or 2018. You can bet Both will be in showrooms between 2017 and 2018. Other parts of the plan include building the CT6 and the successor to the SRX in China, where Cadillac is aiming to move 75,000 units by the end of the year, while Europe will remain in the distance until However, Cadillac is also considering a number of other models, including new crossovers and an even huger, uber-luxe sedan to take on the best of German rivals from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi. That range-topper is expected to be called the CT8 or CT9 Johan de Nysschen, a former Audi and Infiniti executive who joined GM in August, shared with Reuters Cadillac has “just signed off on” a range-topping luxury sedan that will come to the market at the end of the decade and likely will be called CT8 .

De Nysschen said Cadillac has “just signed off on” a range-topping luxury sedan that will come to the market at the end of the decade and likely will be called CT8 or CT9 scheduled for production in 2018 and could share underpinnings with the De Nysschen said Cadillac has “just signed off on” a range-topping luxury sedan that will come to the market at the end of the decade and likely will be called CT8 or CT9 scheduled for production in 2018 and could share underpinnings with the De Nysschen said Cadillac has “just signed off on” a range-topping luxury sedan that will come to the market at the end of the decade and likely will be called CT8 or CT9 crossover for 2017-2018. In keeping with Cadillac’s new naming scheme, the Cadillac will get its CT6 flagship, Buick its Cascadia convertible. Look for an important small crossover from Caddy in 2017 (XT5), and the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt. A big Caddy CT8 is planned for 2018, along with the return of the Park Avenue at Buick. .

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