Clicking on the button takes the user to this ‘handraiser’ page, which contains the following text:
“The Cadillac CT6 takes a new approach to prestige luxury. This top-of-range sedan emphasizes a dynamic driving experience and advanced technology. So ready your imagination as we prepare to reveal what’s around the corner.”
The handraiser page also contains a fillable form, which registers the user for updates on the CT6 as they become available, while giving GM or a GM dealer permission to contact the user with any offers or product information.
Built on GM’s all-new Omega full-size vehicle architecture, the upcoming CT6 sedan will mark the first time in nearly two decades that Cadillac offers a full-size, rear-drive luxury sedan that serves as the brand’s flagship. But unlike Cadillac’s full-size flagships of the past, which had soft driving dynamics and uninspiring handling characteristics, the CT6 promises to offer an engaging and sporty driving experience. When it goes on sale sometime in 2015, the full-size 2016 CT6 will be lighter than the mid-size CTS while calling out the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Lexus LS, and Audi A8/S8 as direct competitors.