Cadillac may have axed its range-topping flagship sedan that was being developed, but the American automaker isn’t calling it quits on a halo car.
The decision to cancel its flagship sedan was more based on that model’s specific design than anything else, according to sources close to the project. And though Cadillac is still moving forward with a larger sedan to compete with the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the automaker is looking at other viable options for a halo model.
More information on what Cadillac has planned is expected to be revealed at this year’s Concours’ d’Elegance where a high-end concept vehicle is expected to debut.
According to a Detroit Bureau report, one Cadillac insider said: “In the past, we would have gone ahead with this and only then realized we made a mistake when we started losing a lot of money on it.”
[Source: The Detroit Bureau]