Cadillac is on a roll right now with a long list of new models, like the XT4, CT5 and the upcoming CT4 sedan. While Cadillac has been adding new models to its lineup, one is set to disappear this fall, the XTS.
Production of the Cadillac XTS is scheduled to end in October at General Motors’ plant in Oshawa, Canada, according to a union bulletin that was released earlier this month. The Cadillac XTS is built on the same production line as the Chevy Impala, which is also going out of production at the same time at the Oshawa plant. The Impala is also built at GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck plant, but production is scheduled to end there by the beginning of 2020.
The plant also builds the previous-generation Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks, which will cease production by December 31.