One look at the busy morning commute and it’s obvious that SUVs and crossovers have become the go-to for more than one lifestyle. Cadillac has exceeded the standards for this style of travel, with the full-size Cadillac Escalade and the Cadillac XT5 crossover, both featuring sporty performances, luxurious designs, and advanced technology.
But the future of the Cadillac lineup is focused on another segment — the sedan. The current Cadillac CTS sport sedan will be reborn next year as the all-new Cadillac CT5 sedan. The new CT5 will help pave the way for a new era of design derived from the Escala four-door concept car from 2016.
A second brand new sport sedan will follow the release of the Cadillac CT5. The Cadillac CT4 is expected to make its debut in 2020. Like the CT5, the smaller CT4 will boast sweeping, curved roofs in the style of a four-door coupe. These new sedans will also be equipped with the very latest in technology, like the Cadillac Super Cruise autonomous driving system.
In addition to the fresh sport sedans that will make their debut in the next couple of years, the Cadillac lineup will also see the continuation of popular picks like the XTS sedan and the Escalade full-size SUV.
For more details about Cadillac’s latest developments, or to test-drive a shiny new XT4 crossover, stop by Bradshaw Cadillac.