Cadillac has announced that 2015 will see the launch of a new, high-technology car called the Cadillac CT6, which will be positioned at the very top of the automaker’s luxury range.
When it arrives here at DeVoe Cadillac, the CT6 will not replace the CTS, XTS, or any other product lines. Instead, it will expand the brand upward and aim to join the most elite group of top-class large luxury cars in the world.
The CT6 is currently in development, and will utilize advanced lightweight materials as well new body construction techniques which will help reduce fuel consumption while enhancing driving dynamics and even safety.
The car will be built at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant, where GM has recently invested $384 million dollars, including unique tools and equipment to build the CT6.
“The Cadillac CT6 continues our brand’s elevation and global growth,” said Uwe Ellinghaus, Cadillac chief marketing officer. “CT6 will constitute an entirely new approach to the prestige sedan, emphasizing a dynamic driving experience and advanced technology.”