has actually announced official rates for its
, constructed in Tennessee. The three-row
, Cadillac’s first big
, begins with $53,690 when it goes on sale later this spring. For that, Cadillac offers the “Premium Luxury” trim level design with front-wheel drive; AWD is optional.
Above the Premium High-end is the XT6 Sport, which comes requirement with AWD and begins from $58,090 Both rates consist of location charges. The sole engine at this point is the 3.6-liter naturally aspirated V6, which produces 310 horse power and 271 lb-ft of torque; the transmission is a nine-speed automatic.
The Premium Luxury and Sport differ aesthetically, with the former offering more chrome and wood, while the latter has blacked-out trim in location of chrome and carbon trim rather of cabin wood. The wheel design is different between the trim levels, and the Premium Luxury has red taillights while the Sport variation has clear tails. The Sport model has constantly adjustable shock absorbers.
Both designs have seven
as standard, as well as an HD rear cam, forward collision alert, automated emergency braking and front pedestrian braking, front and rear park help, lane modification and blind spot alert, lane keeping help and lane departure caution and rear cross traffic alert. The lighting is LED front and rear; inside, a heated steering wheel is standard, as is a power folding third-row seat and a remotely folding second-row seat. Seven-passenger seating is basic, and a six-passenger setup is optional with captain’s chairs for the second row.
There are alternative packages such as the Improved Visibility and Technology Bundle, which adds an eight-inch gauge cluster display screen and an HUD, both in color, HD surround vision with recording, and automated parking help with braking. The Chauffeur Assist plan adds adaptive cruise and boosted AEB, and one can likewise define night vision.
The XT6 charges phones wirelessly and is Apple CarPlay and Android Vehicle suitable as requirement. It likewise has a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot with 3GB or 3 months’ worth of data tossed in, and phones are paired via NFC.
Cadillac is taking orders for the XT6 starting in March.