Cadillac hasn't offered a convertible since the XLR was phased out in 2009 but that could soon be changing as the company has reportedly showed an image of a convertible at a dealership conference in Las Vegas.

Cadillac hasn't offered a convertible since the XLR was phased out in 2009 but that could soon be changing as the company has reportedly showed an image of a convertible at a dealership conference in Las Vegas.

Details are limited but executives reportedly told dealers the company is considering a convertible based on the Alpha-platform that underpins the ATS and CTS.

There's no word on when the model could arrive but GM's Mark Reuss has previously said Cadillac has already designed an ATS Convertible but it's still waiting to be green-lighted.

When asked for details, a Cadillac spokesman told Automotive News the company would "like to introduce an open car to the portfolio at some point" but "it's not likely to be one of the near-term portfolio additions."

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