2017 Cadillac XT5 Crossover

Nov 12, 2015

Category: Rides

Cadillac’s most popular model is being replaced, as the company has announced that the SRX luxury crossover is being pushed out by their new XT5.

The all-new design is a bold one, and it comes with a 3.6L V6 engine. The all-wheel-drive will utilize cylinder deactivation technology for increased efficiency, and it’ll push out 310 HP. It will use an advanced rear camera mirror system that will increase the driver’s vision by 300 percent, as it will virtually remove the visual obstacles such as the roof and pillars. The car will have a heads up display and will use Carplay and Android Auto. It’s an audacious move for Cadillac to lose the name recognition of their SRX by replacing it entirely with a new line of cars, but it’s a move that’s fitting for the boldness of the XT5.

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