AutoBlog sat down with GM’s Mark Reuss at a press conference, who shared that Cadillac may have a hybrid version of the CT6 ready for the Shanghai Motor Show.
“We’ve really got to wait until we finish rounding out the portfolio,” he said at his conference. “The Shanghai show is where you should look for all of it. So stay tuned.”
This is after the Cadillac CT6 was revealed at the New York Auto Show with the choice of a turbocharged four-cylinder and a twin-turbo V6 mill.
Details of the announced hybrid version haven’t been announced, but there’s speculation of technology use lifted from the Volt and what not.