A new report from Reuters has suggested that Cadillac will double its current product offering by the year 2016, starting with the addition of the new ELR plug-in hybrid compact luxury coupe. Today, Cadillac offers the new ATS and XTS sedans next to the aged CTS, SRX and Escalade models. This means that along with the all-new versions of these three vehicles, we can expect another five — including the ELR — to appear in Cadillac showrooms.
The report also falls in line with our Cadillac Future Product Guide almost directly.
According to Reuters sources, Cadillac is currently developing a crossover to slot below the SRX, and even a vehicle to slot below the ATS to compete with the likes of the BMW 1 Series. And of course, there’s the highly anticipated LTS — or what many of us know as the Omega platform flagship sedan — coming down the pipeline. And while the report doesn’t mention it, we would like to also mention a large crossover to slot above the SRX in the works as well, based on what we’ve heard from sources of our own.