Cadillac revealed the 2018 XTS that now comes with a revised exterior look, more tech and improved ride comfort. The first pictures surfaced a couple of months ago in China, revealing the new model's redesigned front and rear fascia that brings it in line with the brand's other big sedan, the CT6.
Cadillac also updated the colour and trim option for the interior, which now includes a Platinum-exclusive Maple Sugar with Jet Black combo.
The company has also added more engineered sound insulators to the cabin in order to further suppress noises from outside. The 2018 Cadillac XTS can be equipped with Magnetic Ride Control and Rear Air Leveling and for those looking for a sportier experience, Cadillac has added the new XTS Platinum V-Sport to the range. The car uses a 410 horsepower twin-turbo V6 and all-wheel drive as standard, the rest of the lineup is powered by a 304 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 unit, mated to the six-speed automatic gearbox.
Cadillac has also added their latest infotainment system which features a more intuitive user interface, more personalisation options, in-vehicle apps and a connected navigation system on an eight-inch touchscreen display.
The car also features a driver assistance system, such as Low-Speed Automatic Braking, Following Distance Indicators, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward/Reverse Automatic Braking, Lane Change Alert and Blind Side Zone Alert.