DETROIT – The rumors of the Cadillac CT6's demise were apparently exaggerated.
Cadillac President Steve Carlisle told Automotive News at the Detroit Auto in November, the flagship then should not have been among them.
Along with the launch model for Cadillac's semi-autonomous Super Cruise system, the CT6 is also debuting a new high-performance 550 hp turbocharged 4.2-liter V8 engine called the Blackwing. a V-Series model that goes on sale this summer for $ 88,790.
Carlisle said several options are under consideration, including importing the CT6 from China, where it is built for the local ma dried. Cadillac used to sell a Chinese-made plug-in hybrid version of the CT6 in the US, but discontinued it last year due to slow sales.
MORE FROM THE DETROIT AUTO SHOW Instead, The brand will be pursuing a fully-electric strategy in the coming years starting with a battery-powered SUV revealed this week. [Cadillac] is still ending production of its XTS and ATS models, which will leave it with just two sedans to sell alongside four SUVs, including the upcoming XT6.