Cadillac is on the move! The brand continues to show us that they are not letting off the gas pedal when it comes to their new model lineup. Already this month we’ve learned about the potential for a new flagship sedan, the Cadillac LTS, which is based on the popular Elmiraj concept. And now, we’re learning that a redesigned SRX will be coming next year as well.
Cadillac Chief Engineer Dave Leone informed Bloomberg that the brand would be introducing a fully redesigned SRX sometime in 2015, and would be the 2016 SRX. There have already been some spy shots taken of the new SRX, which is already being tested.
While we haven’t seen much of the outside, we haven’t seen anything on the inside. But we are wondering if the redesigned SRX will include a third row seating option, since a few months ago Cadillac axed the plans for a new, bigger crossover. Adding a third row, and making the SRX bigger, would fall in line with Cadillac’s plan for a compact crossover to compete with BMW and Mercedes.
The redesigned SRX is just one of many new vehicles from Cadillac. The ATS Coupe is already a huge hit, and consumers can’t wait for the Elmiraj based LTS. So we can only assume that the all new SRX is going to be just as popular as Cadillac’s other new models.