General Motors has revealed to a selection of Cadillac dealerships across the United States that it is pondering launching a convertible model based around the platform currently used by the Cadillac CTS and ATS sedans.
During a recent dealer meeting in Las Vegas, General Motors revealed an image of how the future convertible would look. While no details about the design are available, the Cadillac convertible would inevitably be a two-door and feature a similar design to current Cadillac products like the aforementioned CTS and ATS.
It remains to be seen if the convertible will be created as a standalone model or instead a variant of the CTS or ATS. If it is the latter, it could conceivably rival the BMW 4-Series Convertible as well as the upcoming new Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet.
Interestingly, the last droptop Cadillac had in its portfolio was the XLR Roadster in 2009.
[Via Automotive News]