This is the new Cadillac XT5 30E, a plug-in hybrid version of the XT5 that is for now only for China. The XT5 PHEV will officially debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
An enormous Cadillac DTS stretched limousine, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Antoine Chalendard, thank you for the pictures! The big black ‘Lac seems to be in great condition, smooth in paint and shiny in chrome, well-maintained and without any rust or buts.
The China-made Cadillac XT5 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 359.000 yuan and ends at 539.900 yuan ($55.700 – 83.500). The XT5 is manufactured by the Shanghai-GM joint venture, it has the same size as the North American version.
A beautiful black Cadillac Brougham stretched limousine, Spotted in China on a parking lot in front of a car shop to the north of the northern section of the Fifth Ring Road in Beijing. The massive ‘Lac was in a very good shape, dusty for sure, but smooth in paint and shiny and chrome.
The license plates are from Shandong Province. Normally, passenger cars have blue license plates and commercial vehicles yellow ones. This Cadillac however is so long it qualified automatically as commercial, no matter that it is actually not. We see the same thing a lot on Maybachs.
A Cadillac CT6 sedan, seen inside a fish tank in the Xintiandi shopping area in the great city of Shanghai. The ‘Lac stands on white sand, painted in white with black windows. The water surrounds the vehicle by about a meter on top and half a meter on each side. There seem to be some 30 large gold fish, but they do not really interact with the vehicle.
A beautiful black Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham, Spotted in China near an auto repair shop in Shunyi District, standing not far from a Hongqi CA771. The good Fleetwood was in a fine shape, it sure needed some work but was definitely roadworthy.
A very pretty Cadillac Seville sedan, Spotted in China in front of a shady car repair shop close to my home in the far far east of Beijing. The big bad Caddie was dirty and dusty, but what is not in the capital?, and in a surprisingly fine overall shape.
The Cadillac CT6 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, even before it goes on sale in the United States, underscoring the importance of China for GM’s flagship Cadillac brand. Price starts at 439.900 yuan and ends at 818.800 yuan, that is 66.860 to 124.460 US dollar. This price pitches the CT6 straight up against the high-end variants of the China-made Audi A6L, BMW 5-Series L, and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class L.
An extremely pretty Cadillac Deville four-door convertible, Spotted in China on a second hand car market in Beijing by Serial Spotter Navigator 84, thank you for the pictures! The drop top Caddie appears to be in a good shape, fitted with extra shiny wheels, matte red taillights, and a beige roof.