2018 Cadillac XT3: Cadillac Smallest SUV Spied!

Feb 23, 2017 06:30 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

General Motors, the marketer of luxury vehicles globally, might utilize the platform from the D2XX of the Buick Envision for its Cadillac Motor Car Division's 2018 Cadillac XT3. This latest model from the company will be worked in the same facility where the Buick LaCrosse and Chevy Malibu are built.

The recent spy shots that surface in the internet and other social media sites showed a covered XT3 with a heavy camouflage. Basing on the features that are noticeable, the car may have some pretty sharp edges and other features that can also be found in other Cadillac models.

From its name XT3 and what the spy shots have shown, it is like to be the little Caddy in line with the XT5. This smallest SUV from Cadillac is joining the segment of compact SUVs.

The spied images also show the visibility of an independent suspension as well as a coil spring features. It is not the only model where the company had chosen to provide the said setting. This model is most likely to be based on the present model of the XT3, but it is expected to have some changes or remodeling development on its suspension and platform.

This premium 2018 Cadillac XT3 is turning their attention more on the trendy or styling part. There is a big possibility that it will feature some hurting space, slightly sloped roof, pleasing headlights, and the remarkable driving experience that the Cadillac has been bringing over the years with their models.

For the system under the hood, it will probably power by a turbocharged 2.0-liter petrol engine that can produce 220 of horsepower and a torque of 250 lb-ft that will be paired with an automatic ten-speed or manual transmission with a more compelling option.

The 2018 Cadillac XT3 is expected to be launch in the midst of 2018. It is also expected to have a starting price somewhere in $25,000 to $30,000.


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