Several weeks ago, we brought you details of the Cadillac XTS W20 Livery Sedan — the XTS for chauffeur and delivery companies offering a Professional Vehicle Protection Plan (PVPP) extended warranty good for 3 years or 150,000 miles. The W20 will retain the regular wheelbase and length of the XTS, and we now have information about models that will be most attractive to limousine firms.
By the end of 2012, Cadillac plans to add an option that will enable companies in the Cadillac Professional Vehicles network to “up fit” the limousine model (coded VRU) by stretching it a maximum 70 inches. There will also be another vehicle, called the W30 (XTS-L) that will add up to 8 inches to the wheelbase of the regal XTS W20 for more rear-seat legroom.
Between the W20, the VRU, and the W30, Cadillac should have the market for modern luxury limousines and executive delivery vehicles cornered. For the record, we’re all for making the XTS limo the official GM Authority party car. Now, who wants to help foot the bill?