Cadillac has finally released its first-ever production car, the Cadillac Sport, which will hit the market in the summer of 2019.
The Cadillac will be a crossover, a crossover with a front-wheel drive configuration that will get around town like a hybrid.
Cadillac claims the new crossover will be lighter than a regular car and will be able to go up to 70 miles per hour.
However, its battery capacity will be limited to about 200 kWh.
That will put the car in the middle of the range of electric cars on the market.
It will also come with an EPA-rated range of 30 miles, but you will only be able do this on public roads, which are notoriously crowded.
If you want a bigger battery, Cadillac is going to offer the car with an 18-kWh battery, but that’s just for show.
The 18-KWh battery is not the most impressive feature of the car, but it will be one of the first things you see when you pull into a new garage.
It’s expected that this new car will have a six-speed automatic transmission, but there’s not much detail on the details of the transmission itself.
Cadillac will also offer a fully autonomous system in the crossover, but only in limited situations.
The system will use sensors to decide what to do and when to stop.
Cadillac says the system is designed to give drivers a sense of safety, but does not offer the ability to drive autonomously.
This means that the driver will still have to get out of the vehicle and look at the road, which is a bit frustrating.
The only way to drive the car without the driver is to put the front-facing camera on the dash and take over driving the car.
It sounds like Cadillac will try to keep its technology close to its roots as the car becomes more powerful and efficient.
It has also stated that the new vehicle will be equipped with “specially designed software and technologies,” but it’s not clear what that means yet.
Cadillac has been developing the new car for about two years, and it has only been out for a few months.
It was first shown in a press release at CES, but the actual product was only shown in front of a select few people.
In an interview with Reuters, Cadillac’s head of product development, Jeff Brantley, said that the company was still in the early stages of development and would only reveal more information at CES.
“We are very excited about the new Cadillac,” he said.
“I can tell you from experience, we are really focused on the next-generation, the next Cadillac.
We have a lot of work to do.
We believe that this one is going in the right direction.” “
When you look at our portfolio, we have an amazing array of vehicles and technologies.
We believe that this one is going in the right direction.”
The new crossover comes with a price tag of $57,700, but we don’t think that’s a lot.
It is a luxury sedan, so we don.
If the new new crossover can be as good as the current models, it will have to be an excellent car.
We’re still not sure whether it’s a crossover or a hybrid, but if it can go over the 30-mile mark, it should be pretty darn good.
You should also check out our review of the Nissan Leaf.