Editor's note: An earlier version of this story misstated the date for the Cadillac XT4's unveiling in New York.
Cadillac's newest crossover, the XT4, will make its world debut in the Big Apple next month as part of the New York auto show.
Cadillac on Friday said the compact crossover will be introduced March 27 -- ahead of press previews for the show -- at Cadillac House, the brand's global headquarters in Manhattan.
The XT4 will give Cadillac a second crossover in a U.S. market that is shifting away from the sedans that dominate the brand's current lineup. It is also expected to boost Cadillac sales in China, the brand's biggest market.
U.S. sales of compact luxury crossovers rose 5.6 percent to 379,711 units last year, making it one of the biggest luxury vehicle segments.
Cadillac's U.S. sales slipped 8 percent to 156,440 cars and light trucks in 2017.
The XT4 is the first of five major vehicle introductions that Cadillac has planned through the end of 2020.