General Motors didn’t provide details on the four new models, but we can do some educated guessing to figure out what they are. The 2016 ATS-V Sedan and 2016 ATS-V Coupe will make their debut this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show, so they don’t count towards the “four in 2015” tally.
We know that the 2016 Cadillac CT6 will be one of the models to be unveiled in 2015, so that leaves only three new models. The second model will be the 2016 CTS-V sedan, which has been spied testing alongside the ATS-V at the Nurburgring. The high-performance BMW M5-fighter will be unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this January. That leaves two more models. The third is likely the replacement for the SRX — the 2016 XT5, leaving only one introduction.
What the fourth and last Cadillac scheduled for introduction is anybody’s guess at this point. Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has voiced interest in the brand entering multiple new segments, such as the compact and full-size crossover segments, as well as the subcompact sedan space. And then there are the rumors of an ATS convertible. The question now is whether these vehicles will be revealed in 2015.
Stay tuned to GM Authority for more information on the matter as it becomes available.