Cadillac almost nixed the CT6, but the car was saved from the hands of the reaper and will continue on for at least a few more years. The CT6 sedan has seen slumping sales as it enters 2020, but that hasn’t stopped Cadillac from adding more than a few dollars to its price tag. The car just saw a significant refresh for 2019, so we don’t expect it to receive dramatic updates for the new year.
Powertrain options will be slimmer than the engine catalog that the car has been offered with in recent years: A 3.6-liter V6 and a 4.2-liter V8 may be the only choices for 2020, as trim levels reduce in number.
Prices have increased, but some of that is due to the fact that optional features are now included as standard in certain trims. One such feature is the Driver Awareness and Convenience Package, which includes automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitors.
The CT6 will face off against the BMW 7 Series, Lexus LS, and Mercedes-Benz S-Class when it goes on sale later this year.