Cadillac unveiled the CT4 sedan, its latest product in China, at an event on Sunday in Beijing, where the General Motors luxury brand also celebrated sales of one million vehicles after entering the market in 2003.
The CT4 will go on sale in China early next year following the CT5 sedan, which will arrive in the market next month, GM said.
Cadillac currently sells the CT6 sedan, the regular and stretched versions of the XTS sedan, as well as crossovers and SUVs including the XT4, XT5, XT6 and Escalade, according to the brand’s Chinese-language website.
“As its most aggressive product expansion continues, Cadillac’s portfolio will cover all mainstream luxury segments in 2020,” GM said.
GM now only releases quarterly sales for its brands in China. In the third quarter of this year, Cadillac delivered 51,049 vehicles in China, a jump of 11 percent from the previous quarter.
For the first three quarters, Cadillac’s local sales rose 8.3 percent year to 162,256, according to numbers released by GM.
That has made Cadillac the fourth-largest luxury car brand in China for the period, following Mercedes, Audi and BMW.