Currently, the XTS (pictured above) is the largest model the American automaker has in its lineup, but with its success along with the ATS’ success, it’s no surprise that Cadillac is planning to go larger to compete with the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
The only question Cadillac has right now is whether to spawn variants from the new, larger sedan models such as a sleek coupe. Mercedes will be introducing a new S-Class coupe in the near future. Though details are light about the new model, it will be built on a rear-wheel-drive chassis loosely based on the CTS. All-wheel drive will be offered as an option and it will not be based on any of the Australian Holden vehicles.
[Source: USA Today]
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