Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has revealed some new details about their future product lineup.

Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has revealed some new details about their future product lineup.

In an interview with Car & Driver, de Nysschen confirmed plans to offer diesel engines around 2019. Details are limited but the magazine is reporting there will be four- and six-cylinder options which were designed specifically for Cadillac.

The executive also revealed with can expect an expanded V-Series lineup which could include up to six models. de Nysschen was coy on details but hinted there could be a V-Series crossover because it would be nice to "go and hand out a spanking" to the Porsche Cayenne Turbo.

de Nysschen also hinted at the possibility of a Porsche 911 competitor but  it wouldn't arrive until after 2020.

Cadillac considering V-Series crossover & 911 competitor