The large three-row vehicle will slot between the XT5 midsize crossover and the Cadillac Escalade large SUV -- white space the brand has needed to fill for some time.
Cadillac plans to temporarily halt its Book by Cadillac vehicle subscription service on Dec. 1 ahead of a planned relaunch of the program early next year.
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No one who has ever worked in Detroit's auto manufacturing sector could possibly be surprised by GM bringing Cadillac back home after a four-year foray in trendy Manhattan.
A reader is critical of Cadillac's leadership, saying the company has been plagued by a series of expensive fiascos, most recently highlighted by the moves to New York and now back to Detroit.
The changeover of General Motors' full-size pickups and unseasonably high sales a year ago led to an estimated 16 percent decline in its September U.S. light-duty vehicle sales.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain says Cadillac made the right decision coming back to Detroit, but new CEO Steve Carlisle faces a tough road ahead.
A GM spokesman said the company is "working on a plan" for the 110 or so employees in the New York location.
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