Cadillac Three-Row Crossover Shelved

Cadillac Three-Row Crossover Shelved

Cadillac’s plans for a three-row crossover that would have offered an alternative to the body-on-frame Escalade are on hold.

Rather than offering a large, three-row crossover, Ward’s Auto reports that Cadillac will likely produce a smaller, two-row crossover. Fears that a large three-row crossover would directly compete with the Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia also contributed to Cadillac’s decision to shelve the project.

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The company is also considering expanding the Escalade to spread across more vehicles than the current SUV. “There is a lot of equity in Escalade, and I’d like to explore the notion of other vehicles carrying that name, but we’ve made no decisions,” said Bob Ferguson, vice president-Global Cadillac at GM in an interview with WardsAuto.

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[Source: WardsAuto]

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