Cadillac SLS will come with a choice of two engines - a 3.0 liter direct injection with 272 hp or a 3.6 liter with 300 hp.

Shanghai GM will unveil the new Cadillac SLS for the Chinese market at the Guangzhou auto show today.

The exterior has been slightyl redesigned with a new grille, headlights and tail lights, fog lights, turn signals and side skirts on the fenders.

The Chinese market Cadillac SLS will come with two engines available. First up is a 3.0 liter SIDI (direct-injection) with 272 hp and 300 Nm of torque. The range-topper will be the 3.6 liter SIDI with 310 hp and 374 Nm of torque.

The SLS will be one of the first vehicles in China to feature GM's OnStar telematics service. The service goes live in China next month and works by providing information to the driver as well as streaming data from the vehicle to maximize safety and comfort.

Other technologies featured in the SLS include MagneRide, an electromagnetic active suspension system, and Air Quality Control, which can automatically recirculate cabin air if too much pollutants are detected in the air coming from outside. Perhaps, something needed in some of China's more industrial cities.

Prices for the Cadillac SLS begin at 448,000 RMB (43,950 euros) and range up to 698,000 RMB (68,475 euros).


Gallery: 2011 Cadillac SLS Unveiled for Chinese Market