2018 Cadillac XT6 – It has been known for some time that Cadillac develops a large cross-country SUV with third-row seats. The last one we heard, the vehicle will be based on the longest version of the General Motors C1XX platform that is already in the latest versions of the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave.
Now we have an idea of what the 3-line Cadillac crossover will be called, and when we can see it. According to Automotive News, the vehicle will be called XT6 and will arrive in mid-2018. It will target other mid-sized luxury crosses with third-row seats such as Audi Q7, Land Rover Discovery and Volvo XC90 . Lexus is also ready to join the scrum with a 3-row RX L.
We know the direction not currently in 2018 Cadillac XT6. But we knew it would be a luxury crossover (CUV / SUV) based on the new Naming Convention Cadillac CT / XT. In addition, we expect a Cadillac four-door full size CT6 crossover in close relationship with the 2014 Cadillac XT6.
The name XT6 is the result of a new system of denomination Cadillac, where brands. All the sedan, Coupé and Station Wagon CT, followed by a number refers to the order in the programming. All cross passes and SUVs like XT, followed by a number, refer to the order in the programming.
General Motors is requesting the name XT6 a non-patented trademark Office Patent and Trademark Office in November 2014. Although Cadillac not XT6 announced or when released, we expect the vehicle with the year 2019 to be available
A 265 hp 2.0-liter, four-speed, eight-speed turbocharged engine automatically drives the rear wheels; a 3.6-liter V-6 to 3.6-liter and 404-hp double-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 features a all-wheel drive. A hybrid plug-in has up to 31 miles of electrical range only