GM CEO Says Cadillac Will Get Larger Sedan

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General Motors CEO Dan Akerson confirmed last week that Cadillac will develop a flagship sedan larger than the XTS within the next two years.
Speaking during a visit to USA Today headquarters at McLean, Virginia, where the 2014 Cadillac CTS was showcased, Akerson told journalists that the new sedan is set to be launched by 2015.

Details about the new flagship vehicle have yet to be revealed, but USA Today claims the car will use a rear-drive chassis “very loosely based on the CTS”, but an all-wheel drive version is being planned as well. Unlike the Chevrolet SS, the new sedan won’t be based on Holden’s rear-wheel drive platforms.

As far as design is concerned, the large Cadillac won’t resemble any recent concept cars introduced by the GM brand, but will feature some styling cues that were also included on the 2014 CTS.

Story via USAToday
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