After first being spotted six months ago, our spy photographers have once again caught a glimpse of General Motors’ upcoming Cadillac CT6 facelift testing on the road.
Most of what’s new on the updated car has been successfully masked by the body-wrap. However, reports confirm that the front fascia of the new CT6 will be home to a new grille that derives traits from the Escala concept car that was showcased in 2016. It is basically a honeycomb grille that separates the new horizontally-styled head lamps. This iteration may also get a set of tweaked tail lights.
As this is a mid-cycle facelift, sources don’t expect the interiors or the engines to see a major revamp. Cadillac is expected to use the same set of powertrains that’s being offered on the current CT6. These include a 2.0-litre turbocharged motor, a 3.6-litre V6 and a twin-turbo 3.0-litre unit. There will also be a plug-in hybrid model that couples a 2.0-litre engine with an electric motor.
Sources believe that Cadillac may pull the wraps off the updated CT6 at the Chicago Auto Show in February this year.