Cadillac introduces first-ever CT5 to be manufactured in Lansing


Cadillac just unveiled its new 2020 CT5 which will be manufactured at GM’s Lansing Grand River facility.

The Grand River facility previously received a $211 million investment to build the next-generation Cadillac sedans.

“Cadillac is dedicated to building the world’s most exhilarating luxury sedans,” said Steve Carlisle, Cadillac president.

The 2020 CT5 makes its public debut at the New York International Auto Show April 19-28 and will be available for ordering this fall.

The CT5 will include luxury, premium luxury and sport models. The CT5 will also have a platinum package available for premium luxury and sport models.

The fastback profile is inspired by the Escala concept, but the first-ever CT5 is a new direction for Cadillac sedan.

The CT5 has a two liter turbo engine and 10-speed automatic transmission with electronic precision shift.

The premium luxury and sport models will have a three liter twin turbo V-6 available with an estimated 335 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.

Cadillac revealed its newest sedan with a social media campaign designed to stimulate the senses. The Facebook Video had the caption “Warning: This video might trigger sensory overload. The unrivaled Cadillac #CT5. Available fall 2019”

Check out the video above.

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