General Motors product chief Mark Reuss has already said the 2016 Cadillac CT6 will be the “most advanced vehicle technologically in the world,” and thanks to an Automobile Magazine source, we now know what some of those new technologies might consist of.
The CT6 will reportedly have a large infotainment screen very similar or identical to the one seen in the Buick Avenir concept along with two more screens in the back of the front seat headrests, also like the Avenir. The standard lever-style gear shifter won’t make an appearance in the CT6, with Cadillac opting for a T-shaped electronic gear selector.
Most importantly, Automobile’s source said the CT6’s interior looks like it belongs to a $100,000 car, which is close to what we expect the car to cost. Other exciting feaures to debut on the car include GM’s full-size rear-wheel drive Omega architecture, its nine-speed automatic transmission for RWD applications and a new 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6.
The CT6 will break cover on March 31st, so be sure to check back for additional information.