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Cadillac adds torque-number badging to most new models starting in 2020

Based on Newton-meters, with occasionally generous rounding

Based on Newton-meters, with occasionally generous rounding.

Official
Cadillac prices the 2020 XT6 crossover from $53,690

Sport trim with standard AWD starts from $58,090

The base model XT6 is the FWD Premium Luxury version.

Official
Cadillac puts on a big performance for the Oscars with 'Rise' campaign

Four new TV spots, red carpet branding and a microsite are just the beginning

Four new TV spots, red carpet branding and a microsite are just the beginning.

Exclusive
Cadillac's XT6 is not, for better or worse, a mini Escalade

No one wants a mini anything, Cadillac’s design honcho says

No one wants a mini anything, Cadillac's design honcho says.

Detroit
2020 Cadillac XT6 revealed as Caddy's first big crossover

The Escalade isn't the only three-row option anymore

The Escalade isn't the only three-row option anymore.

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Cadillac XT6 SUV will be revealed in Detroit in January

Three-row crossover is expected to go on sale in mid-2019

Three-row crossover is expected to go on sale in mid-2019.

Spy Shots
Here is the Cadillac XT6 three-row SUV's interior

The exterior remains well-hidden

The exterior remains well-hidden.

Spy Shots
Cadillac XT6 three-row crossover spied hours after de Nysschen ousted

A lack of crossovers has hurt Cadillac sales

Big news today from GM's luxury brand. Cadillac ousted Johan de Nysschen after four years at the helm. It's unclear exactly what let to his departure, but slumping sales and a lack of crossovers surely influenced GM's decision. Cadillac currently has one crossover and one SUV on sale. The Cadillac XT5 will soon be joined by the smaller XT4. New spy shots show that the new three-row Cadillac XT6 will soon join the lineup.

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GM to idle car production at five factories as Americans continue CUV love affair

GM's 87-day new vehicle supply is far above the industry-prescribed 60 to 70 days.

One analyst believes this won't be the General's last production adjustment.