Quick! If Cadillac could add a model to its current range − ready to hit dealers tomorrow − what would it be?
Johan de Nysschen has another idea. If he could snap his fingers and, like magic, have an all-new model in Cadillac’s roster, what would it be? That’s the question posed by the New York Daily News earlier this week at the 2015 North American International Auto Show.
De Nysschen responded that he had “lots of fingers” to snap, but briefly mulled the question before responding with a surprise:
If that isn’t a tell to what will be Cadillac’s next draw from the holster, we don’t know what is. Now, we do expect that Cadillac will unveil an SRX replacement this year — possibly the 2015 LA Auto Show, as Cadillac has no plans for Chicago and the CT6 will reportedly take the New York stage. The SRX, likely called XT5, could resemble the proportions of the Porsche Cayenne. And for Cadillac to build a rival to the Porsche Cayenne that will not only compete, but humble the high-end Turbo S model, also means that the upcoming crossover will have a performance variant. We doubt Cadillac will disappoint.