We know GM is struggling these days and making their utmost efforts to recover from this so-called financial gloom.
It’s leaving no stone unturned to give a better fight off its foreign competitors and the efforts to re size and re purpose the 2010 Cadillac SRX is enough to tell every story about that.
You need not to reckon it a confused auto transport wagon any more, as it’s going to be replaced with a nice looking and pure crossover. It is leaner this time with a fitted and distinctive engine lineup that is being considered the first ever turbo of a Cadillac in North America. Most of GM’s critics are reckoning the model as a true competitor for luxury crossover brand leader Lexus.
Now you will soon see it flying with edgy lines, smooth sheetmatel, eye-catching headlights and in-your-face grille, this new Cadillac will be loaded with lots of rakish looks.
The basic of this resizing and repurposing is quite simple, as to allure more and more well-off consumers that all like to value practical functionality and image.
Steve Shannon, who is GM’s executive director for premium brands, says in this connection: “in this every moment changing marketplace, you long for putting the chits down on more of a winning hand.”
Though Cadillac is still a wagon, it has been based on the CTS and really gets some dashing looks with its aggressive looks and low stance, simply it is a luxury car with some additional functionality.