Move over Range Rover Evoque convertible, the Cadillac XT5 is dropping its top.
Sure the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet wasn’t exactly a hit, but Land Rover is betting that a luxury convertible crossover has a place in today’s marketplace, so why couldn’t Cadillac follow suit?
The brand hasn’t made any mention of building such a product, but that didn’t stop artist Theophilus Chin from rendering up what a Cadillac XT5 convertible may look like.
Now if you really want to go outside the box, imagine the prospect of a Cadillac XT5-V convertible, packing gobs of power under the hood with drop-top seating for four. At least two automakers believe a convertible crossover is a good idea, why can’t another one?
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