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Check Out The Latest Spy Shots Of The 2020 Cadillac CT5

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - We just got our hands on another set of spy shots of the 2020 Cadillac CT5, and it looks like things are progressing nicely for the automaker’s upcoming midsize sedan. Last summer, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen confirmed that the automaker would be killing some of its sedans and replacing them with the new CT5. Models like the ATS, CTS and XTS would come to an end, paving the way forward for a new midsize offering.

Cadillac Dusts Off Escala Concept To Remind Us Of Upcoming CT5, Restyled CT6

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you think the Escala Concept looks very unconventional for a Cadillac, that’s just because the automaker has yet to implement any of its design elements into a production car. This will definitely change in the next couple of years with the arrival of the revamped CT6 as well as the CT5 midsize saloon. Until then, Chicago Auto Show visitors can admire the impressive concept, while also browsing for some spy images of the CT5 and CT6 to gain more perspective.

2020 Cadillac CT5 Spied: Caddy’s Latest Attempt to Fight the 3-series

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - What It Is: A refocused Cadillac sports sedan that will once again set its sights on BMW’s 3-series. It’s best not to think of the CT5 as a direct replacement for either the ATS or the CTS, but rather the new anchor of Cadillac’s soon-to-be-realigned three-sports-sedan lineup.

Scoop: 2020 CT5 Sedan To Open A New Chapter For Cadillac

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The first spy shot of the 2020 Cadillac CT5 have landed, giving us a first taste of the upcoming executive sedan. The upcoming Cadillac CT5 will replace both the ATS, CTS and XTS when it arrives in the market sometime in late 2019.

GM is bringing a new Cadillac to Lansing

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motor Co.'s Lansing Grand River Assembly plant could stop making the Cadillac ATS and CTS in 2019. Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen told Reuters last month that the ATS, CTS and Detroit-made XTS would be replaced by a new sedan called the CT5, which could be priced between $35,000 and $45,000. The CT5 would be built in Lansing along with another luxury sedan that would compete with the Audi A3, de Nysschen said in the article.