GM Executive Vice President Mark Reuss has revealed some new details about Cadillac's future lineup.

GM Executive Vice President Mark Reuss has revealed some new details about Cadillac's future lineup.

Speaking to Car & Driver, Reuss said the CT6 won't be offered with an extended wheelbase because "there’s a car above this.”  He declined to go into specifics but Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has previously said the company will launch a range-topping model by 2020 and it will go head-to-head with long-wheelbase versions of the Audi A8, BMW 7-Series and Mercedes S-Class.  Little else is known about the car but it could be called the CT8 or CT9.

Reuss also downplayed the possibility of a Cadillac sports car by saying "The brand’s got to be ready to do something like that. Right now it’s not."  He went on to say that adding a sports car probably wouldn't improve the brand's image at this point anyways.

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