Cadillac has reiterated its plans to introduce a small crossover which will be positioned below the mid-size SRX.

Cadillac has reiterated its plans to introduce a small crossover which will be positioned below the mid-size SRX.

Speaking to reporters at the Washington Auto Show, Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen said they don't have an exact launch date for the small crossover but he estimates it's at least four years away so don't expect it to hit dealerships before 2019. Details about the car are not available at this point but it will obviously cost less than the SRX which is priced at $37,605.

The new model is part of a massive $12 billion investment in no less than eight cars and one of them will be an entry-level sedan which will be positioned below the ATS. It’s scheduled to come out in 2017 and compete with the Mercedes-Benz CLA and Audi A3 Sedan.

In related news, de Nysschen also confirmed the flagship CT6 model will be unveiled in March 31 and go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2015.

Cadillac plotting small crossover for 2019 launch; CT6 confirmed for March 31 reveal