Spy Shots of Cadillac XTS Hybrid Sedan

Michael Campos
Posted on October 17, 2012

GMauthority.com, a website claiming to be “the ultimate independent destination for everything General Motors,” has posted photos of what it believes to be a Cadillac XTS hybrid test car. The vehicle is clad in camouflage and gives clues to its hybrid composition such as restricted airflow in the front fascia, no rear differential, constricted exhaust pipes, monitoring equipment and a black cord running from the cabin into the trunk, which suggests a connection to a battery, which GM stores in the trunk.

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— Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

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