A Cadillac Convertible Still Hasn’t Been Ruled Out
Right now, Cadillac is one of the only luxury automakers without a convertible in its lineup, but according to Automotive News, that could be changing. Rumor has it that Cadillac last month told hundreds of dealerships about an upcoming Cadillac convertible, built on the same platform as the ATS and CTS.
There is some debate as to whether or not Cadillac officials actually showed dealers a picture of the Cadillac convertible. Some sources who were in attendance reported that they were shown a picture, but a spokesperson for Caddy wouldn’t confirm or deny if a picture was presented.
In addition to the upcoming convertible, it is also rumored that Cadillac showed off two crossovers—a small crossover and a larger one that would fall between the SRX and the Escalade—and an entry-level sedan that would be positioned below the ATS.
Of course, Cadillac has had convertibles in the past, so it’s not a novel concept for the brand. Still, the American luxury automaker hasn’t produced one since the XLR roadster went out in style after 2009.
News Source: Automotive News (sub. req.)