During a press conference announcing the appointment of Robert Ferguson as Cadillac’s global vice president, Ferguson told The Detroit News that there are plans to refresh the entire Cadillac lineup by 2015. This means that even the ATS, which has been on the market for barely a month, will be refreshed. He also hinted at future additions to the brand’s portfolio, such as a highly anticipated flagship. Along with that, Ferguson noted that Cadillac’s decision makers are mulling over a two-seat sports car that could compete in the space of the BMW Z4, Audi TT, and Mercedes-Benz SLK.
GM Authority has already reported that an Alpha-based two-seater has been on the board, though it’s been on a reportedly on-again off-again basis. Yet, it’s always nice to hear it from the officials. Expect a compact RWD crossover while you’re at it.
Ferguson also hinted that the all-new Escalade will be more unique and lavish than GM’s other full-sized SUVs than ever before. We expect the new luxury SUV to command a higher, bolder price point because of the additional comforts, as we’ve heard from sources. “A Platinum on steroids,” we’re told.
With this, we’ll leave you with the claim that 10 new/refreshed models will grace The Wreath and Crest within the next three years.
Now, where’s our darn real-life Cien Concpet?