Currently Cadillac’s sedan lineup consists of the CTS, XTS and the upcoming ATS, but a new trademark filling has revealed the name of another sedan that may join the lineup.
Currently Cadillac’s sedan lineup consists of the CTS, XTS and the upcoming ATS, but a new trademark filling has revealed the name of another sedan that may join the lineup. An application filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this month has leaked and shows that GM has trademarked the Cadillac LTS name. Unlike other automakers that like to trademark every variation of a name, GM uses most of the names that it trademarks either on production or concept models.
It’s been reported that Cadillac is going to add another sedan to its lineup, but according to Car and Driver, GM is reporting that GM is working on two rear-wheel-drive sedans for the Cadillac lineup. A replacement for the recently released XTS will have rear-wheel-drive instead of the standard front-wheel-drive setup in the current XTS. It will also be positioned between the BMW 5 Series and 7 Series models. Car and Driver also reports that a second model could sit at the top of the Cadillac lineup that would be even longer than the long-wheelbase 7 Series. Either sedan could carry the LTS name.
We’ll have to wait and see…