XT4: The long-awaited compact crossover will start at $35,790, including shipping, when it arrives in dealer showrooms in the fall. It will be powered exclusively by a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. De Nysschen said he expected the XT4 to become the top-selling vehicle in the segment.
XT5: Cadillac's sole crossover, introduced in 2016, is expected to receive a refresh in 2019. Expect it to be offered with a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine that's standard on the XT5 in China in addition to the current 3.6-liter V-6. A redesign is scheduled for around 2021.
XT6: The three-row crossover is expected to arrive in mid-2019, filling the large gap between the XT5 and the Escalade large SUV. Based on spy photos, expect the vehicle to retain the XT4's styling and possibly include at least one Cadillac-exclusive engine offering.
Escalade: Cadillac's profit factory was re-engineered for the 2019 model year to include a 10-speed transmission. A full redesign is expected by 2020.
EVs: According to de Nysschen, Cadillac was expected to get its share of EVs under a GM plan to introduce 20 EVs or fuel cell vehicles by 2023. An influx of such vehicles for the U.S. could begin in 2021 or, more likely, 2022 based on previously announced plans. Early expectations include a Tesla performance competitor and compact and midsize crossovers.