The Cadillac XTS is a spacious and comfortable sedan with assured handling and operation. For 2018, the XTS receive technical, chassis and appearance adjustments to accentuate the appeal of the elegant sedan.
Beginning with the enhanced next-generation Cadillac user expertise, which debuted to the 2017 CTS sport sedan, the XTS now provide a dynamic platform which may be corrected over time to satisfy a customer’s evolving connectivity needs, leveraging the cloud to enable personalization, available associated navigation and applications via the Collection app shop.
2018 Cadillac XTS Interior and Exterior
First of all, the 2018 XTS will acquire a brand new front- and also rear-end styling treatments that bring its styling closer to that of the newer CTS and CT6 sedans. GM also made subtle changes to the car’s fenders, and additional LED headlights and taillights similar to those on other recent Cadillac models. Taken together, the changes have been subtle, but they do give the XTS a narrower appearance.
Inside, the interior styling has been revamped and lines similar to those of Cadillac’s other sedans. The largest change is most likely the availability of Cadillac’s revamped touchscreen “infotainment” system, called CUE (to get “Cadillac Consumer Experience”). The new system, which debuted on the 2017 Cadillac CTS, is much more flexible and responsive compared to the prior version. It’s also easier to learn and easier to work with while driving.
2018 Cadillac XTS Under the Hood
The XTS’s two engine options are unchanged, like a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V-6 using 304 horsepower along with 264 lb-ft of torque and a twin-turbo 3.6-liter V-6 using 410 horsepower and 369 lb-ft from the V-Sport model. Both partners with a six-speed automated transmission, and both offer all-wheel drive–it is standard on the V-Sport and available as a substitute for the rest of the XTS trim.
2018 Cadillac XTS Price and Available
The freshened XTS will go on sale in the fall. Don’t expect prices to change considerably from the 2017 model, that costs $46,590 to begin and $65,090 to your high-zoot V-Sport.