The 2020 Cadillac CT5 is eventually expected to be offered to livery fleets.
 - Photo courtesy of GM.

The 2020 Cadillac CT5 is eventually expected to be offered to livery fleets.

Photo courtesy of GM.

Cadillac is debuting its 2020 CT5 sedan at the New York International Auto Show from April 19-28. The vehicle will be available for ordering this fall. Pricing and additional information will be announced closer to the start of production, GM announced.

The compact sedan advances the brand's award-winning legacy with a distinctive fusion of design, performance and comfort, supported by Cadillac's latest technologies — including Super Cruise1, the world’s first true hands-free driver assistance feature for limited-access freeways, according to the company.

With a fastback profile inspired by the Escala concept, the first-ever CT5 charts a new direction for Cadillac sedan design that leverages the natural proportional advantage of the vehicle’s rear-drive platform to communicate power, presence and performance.

A long, 116-inch wheelbase and lengthened side glass accentuate the car’s long, low proportion and sweeping fastback profile. Body sculpturing, including taut character lines, contributes to the car's strong stance and speaks to Cadillac’s legacy of craftsmanship and technology.

It will be manufactured at GM's Lansing Grand River facility, which previously received a $211 million investment to build the next-generation Cadillac sedans.

Editor's note: This news story first appeared on LCTMag.com, which is also published by Bobit Business Media.

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