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The luxury sedan isn't going anywhere - at least for now.
A slew of new models -- particularly crossovers -- should drive solid sales at the automakers in the next few years.
Find out what's being kept and left behind in the new model year.
The automaker appears to be phasing out the touch-sensitive panels that bedeviled earlier generations of CUE.
The new luxury sedan is about a half-foot shorter than the CTS-V, but it’s wider and rides on a longer wheelbase.
Vehicle Rumor: Website Cadillac Society was tipped the full-size luxury SUV could boast a fancy new digital instrument cluster.
With sleek styling and responsive power, the sedan delivers a luxurious, connected driving experience.
The model is shorter than the CTS but has a longer wheelbase.
As previous scoops have revealed, the 2021 model will retain its massive proportions and boxy styling.
The automaker is not giving up on sedans entirely as it has unveiled the all-new CT5 and is keeping the CT6 for now.
Vehicle Review: The long wheelbase ESV provides a smooth ride with lots of space for people and cargo.
The updated model will likely arrive at dealerships this fall alongside the 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan.
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