Cadillac is boasting that its upcoming CT6 flagship sedan “will be the most advanced vehicle technologically in the world.”
Speaking to investors, GM president Mark Reuss made the bold claim and revealed that the CT6 will be a plug-in hybrid that is capable of going 0-60 in under six seconds and will have an interior mirror that streams video from the rear camera. Reuss also said that the CT6 will have a top speed of 75 mph on electric power alone and will weigh around 53 lbs lighter than the current CTS despite being eight inches longer.
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The company also said that the CT6 won’t be all aluminum but its body will be one of the most advanced in the marketplace. As for the rearview mirror, it will be designed so that drivers can “see through” headrests and other obstacles, similar to what Audi demonstrated on its R8 e-tron.
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[Source: Automotive News]
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