In an industry that seems to be abandoning sedans for SUVs, Cadillac sticks to its guns with a new replacement for the CTS, the CT5. The new mid-size luxury sedan will target cars like the BMW 3 Series with their RWD/AWD Alpha architecture that will be powered by a 2.0L turbo and a 3.0L twin-turbo, both of which will be coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Specific performance numbers have yet to be announced as the car will be fully revealed at next month's New York Auto Show. Cadillac does hint as a cabin that will be 'world-class' with features like active noise cancellation and a Bose Performance Series speakers and that it will be offered in both Luxury and Sport trim (above) options.
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