Cadillac To Build Super-Size Sedan Within Two Years

Posted on July 22, 2013

Cadillac will launch a car bigger than its XTS large sedan within the next two years, General Motors CEO Dan Akerson says.

The XTS is the biggest Cadillac car, and there have been dueling reports for at least two years about whether GM's luxury brand planned to stop there, or go bigger.

Akerson's remarks seem to settle that.

[LCT will update this report as needed when information is made available on the question of whether Cadillac will make a limo/livery version].

USA Today article here

Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac XTS, new vehicles, sedans

Comments ( 7 )
  • Fred c Dobbs

     | about 6 years ago

    What were they thinking when GM cancelled the DTD? I traded my 2014 buick in for an 011 DTS because. The buick rode so rough. I suspect the xks ride is no better. I look fwd to Cadillac making a larger Caddy not a glorified chevy

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