The CT6 is to be assembled in two factories, one here in the U.S. and another in China. Ellinghaus said that to avoid Chinese tariffs on imported vehicles, Cadillac will build the plug-in—a model created in part for the Chinese market—at the Chinese facility. (We’re awaiting confirmation of Ellinghaus’ comments from a Cadillac representative.) As Bloomberg points out, the move to import the CT6 plug-in shows that General Motors must think build quality at its Chinese factories has risen to meet Americans’ standards, especially after the automaker announced it would source the mid-size Buick Envision crossover from China, too. Every nonhybrid CT6 is expected to originate here in America.