Cadillac chief: Fewer sedans, more crossovers and EVsAug. 7
Cadillac will not directly replace the current XTS, CTS or ATS sedans when they end their life cycles in 2019. President Johan de Nysschen says it will instead use a single new car called the CT5 to appeal to consumers shopping for sedans priced between $35,000 and $45,000.
Cadillac plans 'major refresh' for 2018 XTS sedanJune 19
Cadillac wants its new vehicles to earn pricesNov. 28, 2015
Cadillac's decision to price the soon-to-launch CT6 sedan well below competing vehicles says a lot about the cutthroat state of the market for big luxury sedans, brand boss Johan de Nysschen says. But it may say more about Cadillac's broader strategy to compete in the upper tier of luxury.
Cadillac's sedan overlap? Don't askNov. 30, 2015
To understand why Cadillac's U.S. sales are struggling despite its vastly improved lineup, consider this: It's about to launch its third sedan into essentially the same segment, one that happens to be the weakest in the luxury market.
Livery fleets, China sales XTend life of Cadillac XTSJuly 20, 2015
XT5 flaunts side crease, wider grilleJuly 6, 2015
Cadillac's new XT5, the replacement for the SRX midsize crossover, keeps the SRX shape but features a pronounced side crease that cuts above the door handles for a slightly higher beltline, show recent spy photographs.