2017 Cadillac LTS is a luxury sedan that will come to market with advanced technology Super Cruise. A completely new generation will have at its disposal GM autonomous driving technology that will enable control of the vehicle without the presence of the driver. It involves the whole process of management, braking, acceleration and monitoring of lanes. This technology will fail at high speeds, so in such a driving need the presence of the driver. Exterior and interior design will be based on the famous Elmiraj concept that will bring modern forms and luxury materials. Body will be built on the Omega platform, while the drive performance will be improved. Comes to collaboration with Ford, on the will be available and a new gearbox with better forms. The great popularity of the model to the US market guarantees good sales of the new model.
2017 Cadillac LTS- New transmission
2017 Cadillac LTS will be powered by a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that produces 420 horsepower. Power will be transmitted to all wheels via a new 10-speed automatic transmission. For those who want more power available will be a 5.3-liter or 6.2-liter V8 engine. According to rumors, there is a possibility of occurrence and the hybrid that would combine V6 engine with an electric motor. Expected to be any mechanical improvements and better safety features. Detailed specifications will be available later.
2017 Cadillac LTS – Competitors
2017 Cadillac LTS brings sophisticated interior with quality materials. The biggest competitors are: Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7-Series. Seats will be made of quality leather, a combination of wood and chrome will give a touch of luxury. On the center console there is a touch screen, a new instrument panel, steering wheel elegant and much more. V2V communication system technology aims to prevent the occurrence of collisions and increase the level of security while adaptive cruise control system ensures smooth ride. The sale will occur at the beginning of 2016 year and the price will be higher compared to the current model.