Cadillac's Senior Vice President has revealed the company is working on a handful of new models to create a "full showroom for our consumers and our dealers."

Cadillac's Senior Vice President has revealed the company is working on a handful of new models to create a "full showroom for our consumers and our dealers."

Speaking to Edmunds, Bob Ferguson said "I was taking to Ed Welburn [GM's Vice President of Global Design] and he said there are more Cadillacs under development than at any time in General Motors' history."

Ferguson declined to go into specifics but said the company's expanded lineup would fall short of the countless models offered by BMW and Mercedes. As he explained, "I think we can satisfy the markets that we are in by doing an excellent job with what I would call a full portfolio but not an excessive portfolio."

While Ferguson coy on details, sources have indicated the company could introduce two new models within the next 18 to 30 months.  One is likely the rear-wheel drive flagship while the other could be an entry-level crossover or a seven-seat crossover that would slot between the SRX and Escalade.

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