Cadillac is set to unveil a concept version of its upcoming XTS flagship sedan early Tuesday morning on January 12 (2010) at the North American International Auto Show. The XTS concept is widely believed to be the teaser image that GM let loose on the internet late last year (pictured below). To add some context to the upcoming range-topping Caddy, a report from Canada’s CTV says that the vehicle will be produced at the Oshawa, Ontario plant in
Canada starting in early 2012.
We expect the XTS to ride on the Super Epsilon platform and have all-wheel drive standard. The XTS will join the Chevy Impala and Camaro, as well as the upcoming Buick Regal at the plant. In fact, GM may need to add an extra shift at the facility to keep up with demand – a move that will bring 750-1,000 previously laid-off workers back to work. In 2009, GM executed on its decision to shut down a full-size pickup plant next door.
We can’t wait to see the XTS – in concept form or otherwise – and you can bet we’ll let you know first hand about it come Tuesday![Source: CTV via Autoblog]