Cadillac XTS

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Cadillac XTS
Cadillac XTS 2017.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerCadillac (General Motors)
ProductionCanada and US: May 2012–October 2019[1]
China: February 2013–2020
Model years2013–2019
2014–2020 (China)
AssemblyCanada: Oshawa, Ontario (Oshawa Car Assembly)
China: Shanghai (Shanghai GM)
DesignerTim Kozub[2]
Christine Park (interior)
Body and chassis
ClassFull-size luxury car
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel drive / all-wheel drive
PlatformGM Epsilon II LWB
RelatedChevrolet Impala (Tenth Generation)
Buick LaCrosse (Second Generation)
Saab 9-5 (Second Generation)
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase111.7 in (2,837 mm)
118.7 in (3,015 mm) (XTS-L)[3][4]
Length201.9 in (5,128 mm) (2013-2017)
200.9 in (5,103 mm) (2018-2019)
205.2 in (5,212 mm) (XTS-L)[5][6]
Width72.9 in (1,852 mm)
Height59.1 in (1,501 mm) (2013-2017)
59.4 in (1,509 mm) (2018-2019)
Curb weightFWD: 3,995 lb (1,812 kg)
AWD: 4,180 lb (1,896 kg)
Chronology
PredecessorCadillac DTS
Cadillac STS/SLS
SuccessorCadillac CT5

The Cadillac XTS is a full-size, four-door, five-passenger, front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive luxury sedan from Cadillac[7] based on an enlarged version of the Epsilon II platform shared with the Buick Lacrosse and Chevrolet Impala — and manufactured from 2013–2019 over a single generation.

The XTS replaced the smaller Cadillac STS and larger DTS.[8] Production began in May 2012 at the Oshawa Assembly Plant and launched in June as a 2013 model. Marketed globally, in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, and the Middle East (except Israel), with left-hand-drive, the XTS was also assembled by Shanghai GM with production beginning in February 2013.

In addition to the LFX 3.6 V6, the XTS was also offered with an LTG 2.0 turbo engine in the Chinese market. In China, the XTS was marketed with an LFX 3.6 V6 engine as the XTS 36S, and with the LTG 2.0 turbo engine as the XTS 2.0T. An optional twin-turbocharged engine, available only in the V-Sport, had an estimated 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km/h) time of 6.7 seconds.[9]

Interior[edit]

Interior

In addition to the base XTS, there are five trim packages labeled "Luxury", "Premium Luxury", and "Platinum", with the optional XTS V-Sport offered in both "V-Sport Premium Luxury" and "V-Sport Platinum". Some of the standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, 4G LTE connectivity, adaptive cruise control, keyless entry, leather seat-upholstery, 8-way power front seats, parking assist and comprehensive safety equipment like ABS, stability control, dual-stage front airbags, front side airbags, side-curtain airbags front and rear, and a driver side knee airbag. Optional equipment and technology is extensive, including separate climate controls for rear seat passengers, coupled with 8" LCD screens that flip up from the front passenger seat-backs, allowing an internal DVD player to display content with wireless headphones. The interior can be outfitted in a large assortment of color combinations, along with four types of wood selections. Cadillac's CUE system is standard with an 8-speaker Bose sound system, including HD Radio and SiriusXM. An optional 14-speaker Bose sound package includes AudioPilot noise compensation technology.

Powertrain[edit]

The XTS is available with two engines, a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo for China only, and a 3.6-liter with 304 hp (227 kW) and 264 lb⋅ft (358 N⋅m), with available twin-turbocharging on the XTS V-Sport providing 410 hp (306 kW) and 369 lb⋅ft (500 N⋅m) together with cylinder deactivation. The XTS is available in both front-wheel drive and optional all-wheel drive (standard on V-Sport vehicles) which includes a limited slip differential and torque vectoring.[10]

XTS Powertrains
Displacement Fuel GM Type Configuration Aspiration Power Torque Transmission Note Years
2.0 L (1,998 cc) Gasoline LTG I-4 Turbocharged 272 hp (203 kW) at 5,500 rpm 260 lb⋅ft (353 N⋅m) at 1,700-5,500 rpm 6-speed automatic China 2013-2019
3.6 L (3,564 cc) Gasoline LFX V6 Natural 304 hp (227 kW) at 6,800 rpm 264 lb⋅ft (358 N⋅m) at 5,300 rpm 6-speed automatic 2013-2019
3.6 L (3,564 cc) Gasoline LF3 V6 Turbocharged 410 hp (306 kW) at 6,000 rpm 369 lb⋅ft (500 N⋅m) at 1,900 rpm 6-speed automatic VSport 2013-2019

Facelift[edit]

For 2018, the XTS received a midcycle refresh including new front and rear styling.

Other versions[edit]

A long-wheelbase version XTS, called the XTS-L, as well as limousine and hearse versions were available for fleet and coachbuilder markets, however they are no longer manufactured as of late 2019.

XTS Platinum concept[edit]

Cadillac XTS Platinum concept

General Motors exhibited a concept sedan called the XTS Platinum at the 2010 North American International Auto Show after privately unveiling the vehicle to automotive journalists on August 11, 2009.[11] The concept was all-wheel drive and was powered by a 3.6 L (220 cu in) V6 plug-in hybrid system estimated at 350 hp (260 kW).[12] Its interior was based on hand-cut-and-sewn materials and uses Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays in place of traditional gauges and screens.[12] A Platinum version of the production XTS went on sale in 2013.

Sales[edit]

Calendar Year United States China[13] Global
2012 15,049[14]
2013 32,559[15] 14,683
2014 24,335[16] 32,390
2015 23,112[17] 22,285 48,851
2016 22,171[18] 33,291
2017 16,275[19] 41,645
2018 17,727[20] 65,010
2019 11,304[21] 42,234
2020 1,199[22]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Cadillac XTS-L". lehmann-peterson.com. Retrieved October 8, 2020.
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  7. ^ "GM Poised to Thrive with New Cars, Tech, Reuss Says" (Press release). GM Media. August 4, 2011.
  8. ^ Ganz, Andrew (July 2, 2009). "Insignia-based Cadillac STS and DTS replacement to be called XTS?". LeftLaneNews. Retrieved 2009-07-13.
  9. ^ Winfield, Barry (June 25, 2012). "Back To Its Roots". Autoweek. Vol. 62 no. 13. pp. 38–39. Archived from the original on February 2, 2014. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
  10. ^ Transcribed from 2016 Cadillac XTS sales brochure
  11. ^ Wert, Ray (December 22, 2009). "Cadillac XTS Is The New Cadillac Concept". Jalopnik. Retrieved 2009-12-23.
  12. ^ a b "Cadillac Unveils The XTS Platinum Concept" (Press release). GM Media. January 12, 2010.
  13. ^ "Cadillac XTS China auto sales figures". carsalesbase.
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  20. ^ "GM's Crossover Sales Toppled 1 million in 2018". General Motors. 3 January 2019.
  21. ^ "GM Sells More Than 1 Million Crossovers Again in 2019, and Over 1 Million Full-Size Trucks". 2020-01-03.
  22. ^ "GM 2020 Sales Far Outperform the U.S. Industry in Fourth Quarter and Calendar Year". GM Corporate Newsroom. General Motors. Retrieved 9 January 2021.

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