Cadillac has unveiled the 2016 Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan at the New York Auto Show, and even though the company showed off three different powertrains for the new CT6, one version was missing: the CT6 plug-in hybrid. Cadillac has confirmed that their new plug-in hybrid will debut later this month at the Shanghai Motor Show.
The CT6 plug-in hybrid will be the first of several new Cadillac models that uses this type of system. “We’re going to roll out plug-in hybrid technology across the spectrum of Cadillac cars,” company President Johan de Nysschen stated. That means, “we won’t need a car like the ELR.”
Cadillac hasn’t announced the specs for the CT6 plug-in hybrid, but its performance is expected to be on par with the CT6’s 400-hp twin-turbo V6. The CT6 plug-in will arrive in China first before it goes on sale in the U.S.
Via: Detroit Bureau
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