Cadillac is going to add more high-performance Vsport models to its lineup in the near future.
This fall Cadillac is releasing new Vsport versions of the 2014 Cadillac CTS and XTS. The Two Vsport models will sit at the top of the lineup with the twin-turbocharged 3.6L V6 that puts out 420 horsepower in the CTS and 410 horsepower in the XTS. GM expects the new Vsport model to account for around 15 percent of XTS sales and is going to add more Vsport models in the future.
Hampden Tener, Cadillac’s product director, recently told The Detroit News, “In the future you can look to us to expand this idea to additional models, additional vehicle models, and also using the branding for performance or sport appearance-related options and accessories.”
An ATS Vsport is already a given, but what else should Cadillac add to the Vsport sub-brand?