Cadillac has had a busy week: it has announced the relocation of its headquarters to New York, predicted notable sales gains in China for 2015, and confirmed its upcoming full-size Omega-based flagship while at the same time revealing what will likely become the biggest auto news of the week — a new naming convention for its vehicles. Gone are ATS, CTS, SRX, and the unrealized LTS. In their stead are CT5 and CT6 (as first uncovered by GM Authority), with other numbers in the alpa-numeric pecking order to follow.
And though the general quality, appeal, and overarching characteristics of the product will likely have a much more significant impact on sales of Cadillac vehicles in the long run, we do wonder what you think of the new naming scheme. So, vote in the poll below, and share your opinion about the new naming convention in the comments.