Cadillac XTS Moving Coming in 2011 ~ Hybrid Car Review
Hybrid Car Review: Cadillac XTS Moving Coming in 2011

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Cadillac XTS Moving Coming in 2011

The Cadillac XTS, the luxury plug-in hybrid sedan, will be coming next year as a 2012 model. And according to some reports, will replace the Cadillac Converj as the new upcoming plug-in Cadillac.

The Cadillac XTS  Platinum, a Plug-in Hybrid
The XTS is set to replace the DTS and STS. It should look something like the XTS Platinum concept according to MotorTrend.

Cadillac (GM) rejected the idea of developing the Converj concept, a plug-in E-REV built on the Volt architecture, because they believe the demand will not be there. So, it's a bit surprising to hear they are now going to build a different plug-in Cadillac.

They are going to use the plug-in system developed for the Vue, meaning the all electric range will be a lot less. That means they don't have to worry as much about the battery size, which is a major reason the Volt price tag is going to come in at $40,000.

Get Four Free Price Quotes From Yahoo! Autos Hybrid Research and Pricing at

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments posted on Hybrid Car Review will be moderated. Please avoid dropping links just for the sake of links. The comment will be deleted shortly after. Keep comments on topic and non-abusive. Thanks!

Automotive Parts

E-Bay Motors


  © Link to Privacy Policy

Back to TOP