U Spy Cadillac Testing Fleet Of Four-Door Prototypes

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Ever since Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen confirmed the arrival of a new sedan called the CT5, models such as the ATS, XTS and even the CTS have had their days numbers.

Until those cars get phased out, Cadillac still has some updating to do when it comes to its sedan portfolio, where models such as the CT6 are up for some facelift treatments.

These prototypes were spotted by reader Brett Borgard in Colorado, and it would appear we have a whole bunch of saloons in various stages of camouflage, with the 2019 facelifted CT6, the one with the false double headlights, making a cameo appearance.

It's wearing the same type of camouflage as this facelifted 2019 CT6 spotted by our spy photographers in Europe. Despite the heavy layer of confusing patterns, we can expect this car to feature a revised front fascia and a few interior updates as well - semi-autonomous tech, connectivity, that sort of thing.

Rumor has it, the 2019 CT6 could receive a high-performance variant, if not two, while multiple powertrains could be utilized, such as an upgraded twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6, a twin-turbo V8, or perhaps even the 6.2-liter V8 from the Corvette Z06.

As for the CTS, it's possible we're looking at a facelifted version of that as well in some of these images, although it's the CT6 that has continuous tear drop lights, whereas the CTS normally has its headlights split down the middle. So it does seem like Cadillac might have given the CTS some CT6-styled lights.

H/T to Brett

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