Just yesterday, we brought you news that General Motors trademarked the Cadillac LTS name — which we immediately assumed to be the name of the upcoming full-size flagship Caddy. Today, we come to find out that on June 6, The General filed for a trademark for the letters CIL.
One difference noteworthy of your attention is the fact that the LTS trademark is two-fold: one is for Cadillac LTS and yet another is simply for LTS. Meanwhile, the trademark for CIL does not have the word “Cadillac” in front of it, making us wonder if CIL is for Cadillac to begin with. But if it is, it could be the name of the upcoming full-size Caddy crossover based on the updated Lambda architecture.
CIL joins Electra in this week’s trademark discoveries made by GM Authority.