Our Take on the 2017 Cadillac CT6 PLUG-IN
Smooth, silent and strong, the Cadillac CT6 Plug-In hybrid drives well and looks sharp, but it suffers from an inferior interior.
Versus the competition:
It’s a big step up from a Volt and outperforms rival German hybrid sedans that cost far more, but it falls short of those luxury rivals when it comes to interior appointments.
General Motors is making a big push for electrified vehicles over the next few years, and the technology won't be limited to mass-market Chevrolets. Exhibit one: the new 2017 CT6 Plug-In, a gas-electric hybrid luxury flagship sedan from the Cadillac brand. The last time Cadillac tried to do a plug-in hybrid, we got a gorgeous compact coupe built off the Chevy Volt platform — the horribly overpriced, short-lived Cadillac ELR. That formula did not work, so now Cadillac is trying something new.
The new car you see here is more unique than you might imagine: It's the only Cadillac you can buy in North America that isn't made here. The unique nature of this Cadillac means its... Read More