Cadillac will unveil the new CT6 at the 2015 New York Auto Show

Article by Andrew Christian, on December 1, 2014

Cadillac already confirmed its new flagship sedan, the CT6, and according to the latest reports we will see the vehicle in April at the 2015 New York Auto Show. The new model will also start Cadillac’s new naming scheme and promises to be sized and priced between the BMW 5-Series and 7-Series or the Audi A6 and A8.

The Cadillac CT6 will be inspired by the Elmiraj Concept, unveiled last year at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and according to the company it will be its lightest and most agile car. Its name is derived from the CTS and the “CT” will be used for Cadillac’s name models.

A more luxurious version of the CT6 is rumored to be the CT7 and will compete with the BMW 7-Series long wheelbase or the Mercedes-Benz S500 L. Ellinghaus admitted that the CT6 will be the top of the range, but that doesn’t mean that the vehicle will be the end of their aspiration.

After it will unveil the CT6, Cadillac will focus on the successor to the SRX as well as on the updated versions of the CTS and ATS.

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