Cadillac’s sales may be lackluster as of late, but the American luxury brand isn’t giving up on its commitment to establish itself as a leader in the luxury car segment. Autoblog reports that an inside source at Cadillac revealed that the new LTS flagship sedan is set to debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show.
With an exterior design inspired by the well-received Elmiraj concept, it seems the team developing the LTS was caught off-guard by the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The same insider told Autoblog that the car “set the competitive bar much higher than anticipated,” adding that he “didn’t think [Mercedes-Benz] still had it in them to build such a car.”
Nonetheless, the automotive website said its insider insists the LTS will “meet the challenge of the new Mercedes [S-Class].” Fortunately, it seems we only have to wait until April to see what Cadillac’s new flagship will offer luxury car customers.