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Cadillac Unveils Two-Mode Hybrid XTS Platinum Concept
In brief: Cadillac unveiled the XTS Platinum Concept at NAIAS, showing a luxury vehicle with a plug-in two-mode hybrid system.
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Make/Model: XTS Concept
The concept is a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) with a 3.6L V-6 Direct Injection gasoline engine coupled with an electrical drive system that provides a total of 260kW and 295ft-lb (400Nm) of torque.
The luxury sedan's drive train is based on the Escalade Platinum Hybrid's drive train, which is also a two-mode system.
Other innovations include Cadillac's Magentic Ride Control (MRC) as well as ABS with StabiliTrak control.
And so ...
The concept has no production date and GM did not announce any plans for them at the Detroit show.
Photo credits: Cadillac
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