GM is reluctant to leave Europe. Soon will launch the Cadillac XT4

Cadillac XT5, todos los detalles del SUV norteamericano

Cadillac XT5

the news of The last week and one of the most important in the year so far is the acquisition of Opel, belonging to General Motors, on the part of the French group PSA. With this movement, it seemed that GM wanted to forget completely the old continent, where not to harvest some good results for years. But no, the american manufacturer will continue to have a presence in Europe. Your next addition will be the Cadillac XT4.

In the Geneva, the president of Cadillac’s stated that a new compact crossover will debut in the united States under the name Cadillac XT4 in the year 2018 and that, subsequently, will come to the european market. As expected, a compact crossover, but the whole world thought that his name would be XT3 and the chances of his arrival to the european market were not high; but taking the statements of the boss of the Cadillac, GM shall not fail to invest in Europe so easily.

Cadillac XT5, todos los detalles del SUV norteamericano

Cadillac XT5Johan de Nysschen also claimed in the appointment switzerland this new model will come with new engines of increased efficiency and performance. In addition, “from the launch of the XT4, a new Cadillac will be launched on the market six months”, with five new additions to the range of models in two years. Everything indicates that the XT4 will occupy a position lower than the XT5, while one of the following models that are advertised from the brand would be the Cadillac XT3.

The Cadillac XT4 rivalizará, here and in other markets, with models like the BMW X1, Mercedes GLA and Audi Q3. It is for this reason that we waited a few engines in which the intake is a detail to keep in mind, counting, probably, only with blocks of four cylinders. Virtually safe will be the gearboxes and automatic systems of traction to the four wheels, although we do not know if they will also be available manual transmissions, and variants with traction on only one axle.

Source – GM Inside News