Spy photos show not one 2018 CT6 testing, but a fleet of them. However, some are more camouflaged than others. It could mean some are testing upcoming technologies, while the most heavily camouflaged car hides the actual design. The design itself will most likely take plenty of cues from the Cadillac Escala concept car. The concept vehicle showcased a horizontal headlight design, rather than the vertical units, and a mesh grille of sorts rather than the barred design currently in production on most Cadillac cars.
The 2019 CT6 seems to wear many of the show car’s elements, though familiar LED accent lighting looks to be in place below the headlights. When the refreshed CT6 does debut, expect it to boast the new Cadillac V8 engine, as confirmed by Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen in the past.
Cadillac will roll out its first all-new product in years next year, the Cadillac XT4 crossover. Following the XT4, Cadillac will replace the ATS, XTS and CTS sedans with two new sedans, which will feature greater differentiation than the current sedans.
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