The changes will focus the the front and behind.
The premium brand of General Motors, Cadillac is preparing a small refresh for the sedan XTS, the limousine of the greater size of the u.s. firm until the arrival of the CT6, and that represents the more traditional values of the brand. The prototype that appears in the images was seen in the vicinity of the test tracks of General Motors in Milford, and clearly shows the areas where you will find news of this facelift.
Launched in 2012, the current Cadillac XTS is based on a elongated version of the platform Epsilon II, architecture which shares with other models of the american group, as the Chevrolet Malibu and Impala, or the current Opel Insignia.
The XTS has an image based on the design language that the brand premiered at the beginning of this century with the Cadillac CTS, square shapes and optical groups of vertical forms. From what we can see in the spy photos, the changes will be focused on the areas front and rear of the vehicle, following the same set of elements, straight and vertical from the current model.
The Cadillac XTS today came to the market in 2012.
Under the heavy black canvas that we can appreciate the volume of the huge central grill, which we understand will undergo a slight redesign and from what we can see, in the lower area overlook new optical, which are located on the sides of the bumper.
surely, this new model 2018 the XTS will feature the latest news in the areas of equipment and infotainment, counting with the most recent connectivity systems available, such as CarPlay Apple and Android Auto.
we do Not expect a revolution in the chapter mechanical. Currently, the XTS has only one engine V6 3.6-liter, although it also has a tetracilíndrico supercharged 2-liter exclusive to the chinese market. The only transmission option possible, in all markets, is the six-speed automatic, although it has the possibility of having front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
Riders vertical and image solid.
The presentation of this new XTS 2018 will possibly be in spring, during the Hall of New York 2017.