Cadillac Dangles Sedan Concept

LCT Magazine
Posted on January 14, 2010

CONCEPT TO LIMO SEDAN?

Cadillac debuted the 2010 Cadillac XTS Platinum concept sedan, with plug-in/hybird features, at the Detroit Auto Show recently. As one of the two leading manufacturers of livery vehicles, all eyes are on 2012 when Cadillac could release the successor sedan to the DTS and DTS-L. Ray Bush, Cadillac professional vehicle program manager, said in a statement: "We are very excited about Cadillac's future. The XTS is a very realistic concept vehicle." A concept vehicle is called such since certain mechanical details and/or amenities could still change before a final production version is built.

MORE PHOTOS OF CADILLAC XTS PLATINUM HERE.

As the chauffeured transportation industry awaits official word of sucessor models to both the Lincoln Town Car and the DTS, Cadillac is certainly dropping some heavy hints in order to build buzz toward the day when it releases the final version of its new model. Ford so far will officially say only that the Lincoln Town Car is planned through model year 2011. If/when new Cadillac and Lincoln livery sedan models are announced, possibly within a year or two of each other, the chauffeured transportation indusry will take one big buying leap into a new generation of workhorse luxury vehicles. -- M.R.

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