Cadillac has released its latest custom crossover, the Cadillac CX-5.
This year, the company chose to go with a high-performance design and have a larger cabin, but it still offers plenty of the standard CTS cabin.
Cadillac has also gone with a modified version of the 2017 CX, the CX3.
The CX series is now also available in the Crossover series, with the CTS being a standard car in the crossover.
There is no word on the price of this new CX.
The CTS VX sports a 7-passenger cabin, with a six-passengers capacity, and comes with a powertrain that has been tweaked by the CTO to improve efficiency.
The powertrain includes a dual-clutch transmission and six-speed automatic, and there are LED headlamps.
The cabin is very spacious, with good seating in front and two-way mirrors in back.
Other features include a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system, dual stereo speakers, an 8.5-inch digital instrument cluster, and the ability to choose between rear seat storage or a cargo area.
If you want a CTS with more power, this is definitely the way to go.
It’s the C3, C5, C7, and CX5 that we know of, but what about the C5?
The C5 is a slightly modified version, the new C5X.
The first of the C series, it is based on the new 5 Series and the first model to offer the option of the optional CX Premium package.
With the new optional package, you get: The new 8.0-inch LCD touchscreen with Navigation, Blind Spot Detection, Traffic Signage, and Parking Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).
This feature will allow you to navigate with a map, as well as get traffic warnings and turn signals ahead and behind you, as standard equipment.
On the other hand, the standard 8.4-inch rear screen displays all the relevant information, including the distance from your current location to your destination, traffic speed, and a road map.
You can also configure the blind spot warning system, and adjust the driver assist system.
An optional 6-speed manual transmission is available.
As a special edition, it comes with the 6-inch 5.0L V8 engine with 662 hp and 805 lb-ft of torque, and is rated at 50 mpg city and 40 mpg highway.
But it has an optional, more expensive, 6.4L V6 engine with 550 hp and 515 lb-foot of torque.
Both engines are rated at 54 mpg in city and 45 mpg freeway, with an EPA-estimated combined rating of 26 mpg.
The Cadillac C5 X is available in four trim levels.
The base model is the C4, which starts at $42,800.
This model starts with a 2.5L EcoBoost turbocharged V6, with 527 horsepower and 605 lb.-ft of peak torque.
The V6 comes with optional all-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual-transmission automatic transmission.
Next up is the base C5XX, which costs $46,600.
This starts with the same engine, but with a 6.2L V7 engine with 534 horsepower and 521 lb-feet of peak power.
The 8.3-inch V6 with 661 horsepower and 823 lb-fts of torque comes with four-wheel automatic and a 7.5 speed dual-sport automatic transmission with paddle shifters.
Finally, there is the $57,900 C7XX, with all-new 6.3L V10 engine with 750 hp and 685 lb-force of torque with eight-speed sequential.
These engines are also available with four wheel drive and an optional 7.0S dual-trac trac.
For those who want more power and more performance, the optional, $62,600 C7.5XX is available with the base 7.4CX engine with 640 horsepower and 640 lb-aft of torque that comes with eight gearboxes, an all-time-high performance six-cylinder turbo, and six speed sequential.
For those who prefer more comfort and refinement, the $79,500 C8XX starts with an upgraded 6.5D engine with 700 horsepower and 725 lb-frees of torque to get the maximum from the 6.6L V9 engine with 708 horsepower and 720 lb-frets of torque at a new 6,000 rpm.
Of course, there are also the $99,900 Cadillac C8.5X and C9.5,