GM CEO Says Larger Cadillac Sedan Will Be Built

GM CEO Says Larger Cadillac Sedan Will Be Built

According to USA Today, Cadillac is going extra-large.

The news paper reports General Motors CEO Dan Ackerson said an all new Cadillac sedan is on its way, and it will be bigger than the Cadillac XTS, which is currently the largest sedan on the Cadillac roster.

USA Today says that Akerson made the comments during a visit to the news outlet’s headquarters in Virginia.

The large sedan is expected to arrive in about two years, but no specific time frame has been given.

The name of the large-scale sedan has not been given, but FOX News notes that Cadillac filed a trademark for the name LTS (Large Touring Sedan anyone?).

Rumors have been swirling about a larger Cadillac sedans for almost two years, and now it appears that fans of large luxury cars will have a new option, and it will be loaded with Cadillac style and comfort.

Although details are scarce, there are a few facts that can be shared.  

Caddy Concept

The large Cadillac Ceil concept car from 2011

For starters, the car will use a rear-wheel drive system similar to the Cadillac CTS, and an all-wheel drive edition will also be available.

The super-size Cadillac is not expected to resemble the brand’s recent concept cars, although it will take a few styling cues from them.

It is likely that the sedan will not replace the XTS, which is a front-wheel drive based vehicle available with all-wheel drive.

Although the Cadillac LTS, or whatever General Motors decides to call the large sedan, is a long way off, we are excited about the future of Cadillac and the rest of the GM portfolio.

Innovative vehicles like the Cadillac ELR will help propel Cadillac and set the bar for the automotive industry, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store!

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