A new report indicates Cadillac is planning a duo of very expensive, ultra-luxurious models. According to GM Inside News, Cadillac is analyzing the prospects of coming out with an “XT9” flagship SUV set to be positioned above the Escalade-replacing XT8. While the latter is not due until at least the end of the decade, the rumored XT9 will apparently be out around 2027 and will carry a starting price of $250,000. It will serve as GM’s answer to a variety of luxo-barges, such as the Bentley Bentayga and the forthcoming Rolls-Royce Cullinan. … [Read more...] about Cadillac allegedly wants $250k SUV, $300k sedan
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Mazda's report to investors in March 2019 included the company's plan to build an inline-six-cylinder engine using the company's Skyactiv-X technology. The same report announced the plan to create a new large vehicle architecture that would support rear- and all-wheel-drive models. The automaker's outline showed its intention to roll out the new components between 2020 and 2025. … [Read more...] about Rumor: Lexus And Toyota Will Use Mazda Rear-Drive Platform, Inline Six
De Nysschen also outlined plans to introduce five vehicles in two years – one every six months – once the XT4 hits the road, according to GM Authority. A larger CUV to slot between the XT5 and Escalade is among the other models potentially on the way. Another rumored product is a small (possibly front-wheel drive) sedan that would fit below the ATS and compete against the Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class. The company is also mulling a six-figure SUV as its flagship. … [Read more...] about Cadillac XT4 is official name for brand’s new crossover below XT5
Market launch scheduled for next year. Cadillac’s European push will continue with an all-new model. The American company has just confirmed it will launch its new SUV, the XT4, on the Old continent next year, and will position it below the current XT5 best-seller. … [Read more...] about Cadillac XT4 crossover confirmed for Europe
The company filed to trademark them with the USPTO on May 29, with all four currently awaiting examination. The first one pictured in the gallery below has a mesh design that brings back memories of the original Escape and other SUVs from the early 2000s, including the Explorer. It’s a type of grille that likely works best on an SUV, not that Ford is selling many cars in the US anyway… … [Read more...] about Ford Files To Trademark Four Grille Designs, But What For?