It looks like this vehicle got an appropriate budget to keep it going a little longer, but with the demise of sedans and Cadillac not taking it that seriously, it's hard to see growth in sales or profits from any of this. Only the Germans make worthwhile sedans at this point so if you weren't convinced by Cadillac before, you definitely won't be now.
I can't help but say it, but GM has by far the most defecient drivetrain program in the industry and a big part of that is their under-funded platform development which is high on consolidation but low on scale. They either have expensive low volume engines, or a few mainstream engines (primarily the 2.0T and 3.6L) that have to do all the work in their profit segments. When I look at Ford which has a wealth of amazing engines that scale across all of their vehicles, I can't help but wonder why there is such a difference in thinking. It really looks like GM doesn't spend any money developing drivetrains while Ford cranks them out like it's their highest priority and they ALWAYS kick their butts. GM use to do all he butt-kicking when it came to performance across the lineup.
I can only assume GM has an aggressive full EV strategy, because right now it looks dire.