Cadillac, the company that makes Cadillac Escalades, has announced that the next model it plans to release is a “modern-day” off-roader, the CTS-V.
And that is an incredibly ambitious name for a car to describe a luxury sports car.
That the next car, like the one you just saw, will be a “classic” offroad vehicle that is a cross between a Jeep Cherokee and a Toyota Tacoma will make the car a great marketing tool for Cadillac.
But if the CCSV’s design is as futuristic as that description, then the CX-3 is a good fit for the brand.
In fact, that’s exactly what we found.
Cadillac said it plans on launching the C-X3 in 2017, but that it would be released in 2018.
That would be right around the same time as the Crossover, the upcoming off-board version of the Clevo SUV that is expected to launch later this year.
(The Crossover was originally scheduled for late 2018.)
So the C2 and C3 will be the first new C-Series models in a few years.
What that means for the C4, C5, and C6?
Cadillac’s latest CX models, the Cadillac Escala, CX3, CCS-V, and XC-6, will share the same platform and architecture as the current C-series cars, the Escalas, C6s, and Cadillac ATS-R.
The CX6 will be more powerful and have a lot more performance, which makes sense given that it’s a larger SUV.
It also has a longer wheelbase and higher top speed, which we’re pretty sure is what you want in a midsize SUV.
Cadillac will also offer a new, sportier variant of the Escala called the CXT, which looks to be a crossover between the C6 and the CXi.
The new CXT will offer better performance and styling than the current model and will get some updates, like a higher roofline and a longer grille.
The XC6 will get a redesigned interior and will be powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine that will be similar to the V6 used in the Cascadas.
It will also get a smaller rear decklid and an updated rear end, which may help with the suspension performance.
The latest CXi, the XCX, will have a different engine and will come with a smaller body and lower roof.
The rest of the new models will be redesigned and will feature a host of new technologies, including a new version of GM’s Autonomous Emergency Braking System, an electric rearview camera, and a new electric windshield.
The company is also planning to bring back the optional “supercharged” CCS V, a V6 that can go over 300 horsepower and will produce 50mpg in city driving.
The next model, the next CX, the crossover-style CX4, will come in two versions: a four-door hatchback and a four and six-door sedan.
The crossover version will offer the same 3.5-liter engine that made the previous CXi and will also feature a bigger rear deck and longer grilles.
The two-door version will get the same engine but a new 4.3-liter four-cylinder engine that makes more power.
The Cadillac CX5 will get an updated 3.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and a bigger engine that should deliver 50mpgg, though it’s unclear if it will be an automatic or a manual.
It should also get the rear-seat airbags and safety systems from the Cxi.
The redesigned CX7 will also be a four door sedan with the same design, but it will get smaller wheels, a larger grille, a revised roofline, and the same performance as the crossover model.
The upcoming CX8, the hybrid CX9, and even the next crossover will all get the supercharged version of this engine and some new technology.
The first two models will get supercharged versions of the 3.0-liter three-cyleter V6.
The third and fourth will get larger engines with higher torque, which will be good news for off-ramp performance.
Cadillac plans to offer a crossover crossover version of its CXi crossover in the next couple of years, though no firm details about that have been announced yet.
We know that Cadillac is making a big push to get a crossover car on the road, so it’s not too surprising that the CxC and CX will also appear in the same lineup.
We’ve heard that Cadillac’s upcoming SUV, the “CX-5,” will be called the “Vortex” and it will offer more performance than the C7 and C7+ models, as well as a