General Motors has some high ambitions for the Cadillac brand, since it hopes to double Cadillac’s sales by 2021. In a recent presentation to investment bankers and analysts at the Deutsche Bank Automotive Conference, GM outlined how it plans to significantly increase Cadillac’s sales volume and profits over the next four years.
Thanks to the guys over at Cadillac Society we got some of the information from the presentation about how GM plans to improve Cadillac’s sales two-fold over the next four years. Most of the increased sales will come from the addition of new models, like the 2019 Cadillac XT4 crossover and the upcoming CT5 sedan and three-row XT6.
Following the arrival of the XT4, the three-row Cadillac XT6 crossover is expected to debut sometime in 2019. The Cadillac CT5 will officially replace both the ATS and CTS sedans in 2020, although the ATS sedan has already been discontinued.
Source: Cadillac Society