Cadillac shared the details of the updated crossover XT6

Cadillac shared the details of the updated crossover XT6

January 13, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The prestigious American crossover with three rows of seats will receive the V6 engine, but it will not have an Super Cruise for advanced cruise control. The company Cadillac has not yet announced the prices for the crossover XT6 2020 model year. It is known that it will be available for ordering starting this spring.

Just yesterday, we already wrote about the new version of the crossover Cadillac XT6 – the company published a teaser for new items. Now there are official details about this car. The official presentation of the model will take place this Sunday at the North American International Auto Show 2019 in Detroit.

It is reported that the Cadillac XT6 crossover will not receive the Super Cruise system – this is an advanced cruise control that offers some autopilot functions. Most likely, this system will get to the crossover in 2020.

Instead, the car will receive a system of warning of a frontal collision with automatic emergency braking, control of the blind zone with warning of rear cross-movement, the fiction of holding the occupied lane, and already in the standard configuration. Also, the novelty will receive adaptive cruise control, a system of circular video review, night vision.

  The new Cadillac XT6 will be equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 with a power of about 310 horsepower, and a 9-speed “automatic” with two clutches will be coupled with an all-wheel drive system. As standard, the crossover will be available with 20-inch wheels, and as an option you can choose 21-inch, as well as LED optics.

  There is also information about the XT6 Sport crossover, which will outwardly differ from the standard version of the black grille, window moldings, other bumpers, and another exhaust system. About the engine of a more powerful version of the American novelty is not yet known, exactly, like the beginning of its sales and prices for it.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that all Cadillac models will receive semi-autonomous control systems by 2020