The American brand Cadillac has announced that its XTS Platinum Concept will enter production by next year.
Being “eco-friendly supportive”, the General Motors sub-brand is also announcing a hybrid version of the XTS, from a 3.6 liter engine mated to a plug-in hybrid, with the system generating a total of 350 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque (295 pound-feet).
According to the manufacturer the new XTS will be fitted with the Magnetic Ride Control, the same system found on the Corvette and the CTS-V models. But the XTS will also get a high-tech interior with more head, leg and knee space for the passengers.
The new Cadillac XTS has been described as “an automotive personal headquarters, using advanced technology to enable new levels of connectivity and luxury”, by the company’s General Manager Bryn Nesbitt.
No other technical details are known about the new XTS and the model is expected to hit showrooms sometimes next year.