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The Cadillac XT4 Is Going To Print Money

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Back when Cadillac was digging in on its product offensive with new, world-class sedans like the CTS and the ATS, what outsold them? The old, weak SRX crossover. It’s what people want, and it’s what Cadillac is now giving to them, including a new, smaller XT4.

Cadillac Will Preview the New XT4 During Sunday's Academy Awards

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac has a habit of spending money on commercials during the Oscars. This year will mark the fifth consecutive year that the company is the official automotive partner and vehicle provider of the awards.

Cadillac Teases 2019 XT4 Compact Luxury Crossover Ahead of New York

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac revealed some sneak peek pictures of their upcoming XT4 crossover, set to debut at the New York Auto Show Several manufacturers are hopping on the compact luxury crossover bandwagon. Those who were already there – the BMW X1, Audi Q3, Mercedes-Benz GLA – now face stiffer competition than ever. Infiniti jumped into the fray with...The post Cadillac Teases 2019 XT4 Compact Luxury Crossover Ahead of New York [News] appeared first on The Fast Lane Car.

Handsome New Cadillac XT4 Teased at Oscars Before New York Debut

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac is showing off the upcoming XT4 before its official debut at the 2018 New York International Auto Show by tossing it into a handful of commercials scheduled during the 90th Academy Awards. While the television spots seem to be intended to whet appetites prior to the vehicle’s launch later this fall, it’s the best look

Cadillac teases new XT4 SUV in Oscar TV spots

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac will offer people their first look at the company’s new XT4 compact crossover via a series of television ads set to air Sunday during the 90th Academy Awards. The ads were released online Friday and show that the XT4, based on the brand’s new design language, will apparently boast a more sculptured look than Cadillac’s current range, with a new LED headlight signature borrowed from the Escala concept car featured in last year’s Oscar ads.