The next chapter in Cadillac CT6 has launched in the China. The 2017 Cadillac CT6 PHEV has officially gone on sale in two variants and will provide even greater fuel savings with a combination of battery and gasoline power from a 2.0-liter LTG turbocharged four-cylinder.
When chugging along solely on electric power, the CT6 PHEV will go 30 miles, but 65 MPGe is estimated when combining petrol and battery power.
The Cadillac CT6 PHEV will also be fully charged after five hours or less when using a 220V charger.
Four transmission modes will be optional for the driver: all-electric drive, engine drive, hybrid drive and Regen on Demand. The Regen on Demand system can be further selected with one of three operating modes: Cruise, Sport and Hold.
Cruise is optimal for daily driving, while Sport mode sharpens steering and throttle input. Hold mode is made for long-distance highway driving, storing energy that can be used later under the Cruise mode in heavy urban traffic.
The CT6 will arrive in two variants, one priced at RMB 558,800 ($80,408) and RMB 658,800 ($94,798). The CT6 PHEV will make its way to North America in spring of 2017.