If you were worried about purchasing a diesel Cadillac over the next two years, you may consider twice.
According to Automotive News report, Cadillac quotes a conversation with President Cadillac Steve Carlyle at the time of the launch of the XT 4 compact SUV and sets aside the development of future diesel engine products. Carlisle said, "Although we are working on diesel cars, the market may change faster than we anticipated," he said.
According to AN's report, Cadillac had at least two diesel engines under development for the 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder versions. The main purpose of these engines was the European market, but I also went to the United States. In fact, XT 4 was to provide a variant of diesel by the end of the decade. AN has reported that there is a possibility that XT 4 diesel may still arrive, but it is pending now.
AN claims that Cadillac experienced major diesel-related slowdowns when the crisis of Volkswagen Diesel broke out in 2015, but the company said its development partner Opel separated from General Motors It continues to work even after selling it to French.
Instead, the company places emphasis on electrification, which is the majority of automakers. Cadillac Ally offers plug-in hybrid variants of full-size CT6 luxury sedan. This lineup may exceed one car that is issuing CTS or other cars that are Escalade follow-ups.
Rechargeable hybrids are the first step in electrification, because the electricity allows them to move largely, but the presence of gasoline engines helps to relieve anxiety related to that range. Let's pray that Cadillac's PHEV will be a little financier …
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