The "vanguard" of Cadillac's shift toward all-electric vehicles will be a global crossover that will arrive after the brand's current three-year product onslaught.
Cadillac is filling a yawning product gap between the midsize XT5 and the truck-based Escalade SUV with the all-new XT6. The crossover was designed to have "the stance and presence" of an Escalade but "scaled for everyday life," Cadillac design chief Andrew Smith says.
GM says this year's tallies for earnings per share and free cash flow will top 2018's. The automaker also confirmed Cadillac will be its flagship brand for EVs.