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General MotorsGMUnited States of America, 1998 > present confirmed today that it has given the green light for CadillacCadillacUnited States of America, 1902 > present to build a large, flagship sedan. The car will ride on GM's upcoming Omega platform for large, all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive vehicles. The plan is to have the car compete with the BMW 7-seriesBMW 7 Series Gen.5Germany, 2009 > present and Mercedes S-ClassMercedes-Benz S-Class Gen.5 [W 221/ V 221]Germany, 2005 > 2013, especially in China. The car will probably launch in 2015.
The rest of the Cadillac lineup will also be changing. it is also planning a coupe version of the soon-to-launch ATSCadillac ATS 2.0 Turbo DI...United States of America, 2013 > present. The new CTSCadillac CTS Gen.2United States of America, 2008 > 2012 will come in late 2013 or 2014. It will be larger and compete more with cars like the BMW 5-seriesBMW 5 Series Gen.6 [F10]Germany, 2010 > present, Mercedes E-ClassMercedes-Benz E-Class Gen.5Germany, 2009 > present and Audi A6Audi A6 Gen.4Germany, 2011 > present.
One model that is still up in the air is the ELR hybrid sedan. It would be the Cadillac version of the Chevrolet VoltChevrolet VoltUnited States of America, 2011 > present, if it makes it to production.
A new EscaladeCadillac Escalade Gen.3United States of America, 2007 > present will come with a new Chevrolet SuburbanChevrolet Suburban Gen.11United States of America, 2007 > present in late 2013, and it plans to add a large car-based crossover in 2015.
Source: Automotive News