There are no specifics of the fully-electric luxury car yet, except that it would be known as the CT8 or CT9 and come to market in a few years.
The long-wheelbase sedan, likely called CT8 or CT9, would compete with longer versions of the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
The next generation model SUV entered fleet service this week at Greene Classic Limousines Worldwide.
The service is reserved for ConciergeKey club members, an invitation-only program for influential, big-spending travelers.
The manufacturer revealed the plug-in model will be capable of going 75 mph on electric power alone, and do 0-60 mph in under six seconds.
The name indicates a coming shift to a simplified naming convention for future Cadillac models.
The realigned Cadillac unit will move to a new global headquarters in New York in 2015, affirming its role in GM’s growth strategy.
This specialty vehicle is in excellent running condition, gets good gas mileage, and has a well-kept interior.
The goal for this upcoming model is to lift the Cadillac range by entering the elite class of top-level luxury cars, Cadillac's President said.
Attendees will be able to take the newest 2015 Cadillac Escalade out for a spin around the Atlantic City Convention Center.