Cadillac has announced the 2020 XT6 will be priced from $53,690 (including destination charges).
Set to go up for order later this month, the XT6 Premium Luxury FWD costs $11,000 more than the XT5 but $22,800 less than the Escalade. More importantly, the model costs significantly more than rivals such as the Infiniti QX60 ($45,245) and Lexus RX 350L ($48,895).
While the pricing is ambitious, the XT6 does come standard with LED lighting units and 20-inch wheels. The model also has a heated leather steering wheel, wood trim and an UltraView power sunroof. Other highlights include a wireless smartphone charger and a seven seat interior with a power-folding third row.
Buyers will also find an extensive list of driver assistance systems. These include automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking and rear cross traffic alert. The crossover also has park assist, a rearview camera, lane keep assist with lane departure warning and lane change alert with side blind zone alert.
Customers will be able to order a Driver Assist Package which adds adaptive cruise control, an enhanced automatic emergency braking system and seat belts which automatically tighten if an impact is imminent.
Cadillac will also offer an Enhanced Visibility and Technology Package which adds a color head-up display, a rear camera mirror and an 8-inch display in the instrument cluster. The package also includes a surround vision system, rear pedestrian alert and automatic parking assist.
Buyers looking for something more aggressive can order the XT6 Sport which starts at $58,090. It features unique styling details, carbon fiber trim and a standard all-wheel drive system. The model also has an active sport chassis with continuous damping control.
Both models are powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces an estimated 310 hp (229 kW / 314 PS) and 271 lb-ft (373 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a nine-speed automatic transmission.