• 2013 Cadillac SRX
  • 2013 Cadillac SRX
  • 2013 Cadillac SRX
  • 2013 Cadillac SRX
  • 2013 Cadillac SRX

  • Dual-play capability in the rear seat entertainment system of the 2013 Cadillac SRX allows users to use and watch their own media enabling each of the 8� flip-up rear screens to feature unique media.
  • The new remote for rear seat entertainment in the 2013 Cadillac SRX is shaped like a video game remote control and mimics a similar layout of buttons, intended to give younger users a sense of familiarity.
  • Rear-seat passengers can individually connect to and manage their own music players and other media devices from the back seat of the 2013 Cadillac SRX.

Cadillac is moving swiftly to change up its naming scheme. Barely over a week ago we received our first indication that it was considering a different name its the upcoming flagship sedan previously known as LTS. Then Cadillac not only revealed the model would be called CT6, but announced that it would set the stage with a massive overhaul of its model nomenclature. And now we have another piece of the puzzle.

According to Forbes, Cadillac will not only rename its sedans with the letters CT, but will realign its utility vehicles under the banner of XT – both to be followed by a number indicating its place in the lineup. The one exception will be the Escalade, whose nameplate has such a strong following that it would be foolish for Cadillac to cast it aside. That leaves only the SRX (pictured above), but makes room for a new crop of crossovers said to be in the works.

It's a similar approach which Cadillac's new boss Johan de Nysschen took in revising the naming scheme at Infiniti. While it's bound to ruffle some feathers and scratch some heads in the beginning – especially since the company's current flagship sedan is called XTS – it's equally sure to make sense of it all in the long run. All we need to know now is what Nysschen and his marketing chief Uwe Ellinghaus plan to call the coupes.

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