Cadillac has much riding on the all-new 2020 Cadillac CT5. This midsize luxo-sport sedan straddles the gaps left in the brand’s lineup by the demise of the ATS and the CTS, victims of the brand’s realignment of its models. Both were winding down in 2019, but the year before their combined sales represented roughly 45 percent of Cadillac’s car sales and 15 percent of its total sales.
The CT5 strategy was to create a buggy that could aggressively take on the European big boys, like the BMW 3 Series and the Audi A4. We would like nothing more than to see the CT5 flourish in that quest. The initial returns, however, are not promising.
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