Vehicle Review: The powertrain is well suited to the lux sedan, delivering a smooth, near-silent drive around town.
As you would expect with a $75,000 vehicle, the interior looks and feels posh.
The OEM believes profit margins for electrified models will be lower than margins for conventional gasoline and diesel cars.
With an advanced drivetrain and lithium-ion battery pack, it’s estimated to sticker at 65 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent).
The price of Cadillac's vehicle will start at about $76,000 (before federal and state tax rebates) when it goes on sale in Spring 2017.
The automaker's plug-in hybrid is a big hitter with a light thirst.
The vehicle is old-school comfortable while providing 21st-century safety equipment and telematics.
The large luxury sedan will borrow components found in the electric Chevrolet Volt.
The CT6 plug-in model will be built only in a plant in China, and will be the second car GM will import to the U.S. from China.
Toyota is upgrading its luxury sedan's look and design to impress quality-conscious consumers.
A review from C|Net shows how various driving modes hamper acceleration and handling, but interior amenities still remain top-notch.
Available in California and soon nationwide, the hybrid electric comes with tax incentives and a chance at big overall gas savings.
The new drivetrain will be available in the sedan later this year, and is expected to more than double the car’s fuel economy.
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