When the Caddy CT6 opens the dealerships’ doors in 2016, the model will start at $54,500 price tag. This total amount is considered to be a reasonable price; as a comparison, a sedan of BMW 5-Series starts at $50,000 mark while the CTS Cadillac begins at 46,550. For that price, the buyer gets the car equipped with a 2.0-liter Turbo 4-cylinder unit producing 272hp. When dealing with a 3.6-liter V6 engine showing 335hp, the AWD CT6 costs $2,000 more for more power estimating around $56,500. Buying a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 power unit equipped and producing 400hp, the price reaches $65, 500. All the model trims are mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 2016 Cadillac CT-6 makes us remind of classical Caddy’s luxury in a full size; its lightweight sophisticated architecture offers a crucial basis for the sedan’s segment amplified by all-wheel-drive (on-demand available) and several useful-driving systems like Active Chassis, Enhanced Night Vision options or Ride Control ones. Definitely, it’s a high-luxury package in a muscular Caddy’s style, with a host of passenger’s space and a huge cabin. The company gave us some clues about the CT6 will be easy of access with plug-in hybrid technology. That makes sense considering the fact the Cadillac choicely develops of highly powerful alternative vehicles. However, all the details would be announced before the Plug-In-Hybrid launch later.