General Motors Corp. introduced its redesigned Cadillac CTS on Monday. The four-door sport luxury sedan is being built in Lansing and is to be released in the fall as a 2008 model.
A new engine choice is a 300-horsepower direct-injection version of the CTS's 3.6-litre V6. Cadillac will offer rear- or all-wheel drive versions of the vehicle.
The CTS has a larger sunroof that offers a view of the sky to passengers in both the front and back seats. Sculpted fenders emphasize the car's wider track, and a side air extractor, a styling element from Cadillac's past, has been added.
Inside is a new design theme with metallic finishes, chrome accents and available wood. Instrument panels and door trims are hand-crafted, Cadillac officials said.