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The size is between LWB and SWB flagships, not betwen the 5 series and 7 series. They should do their homework.
Technically, it's still between the 5 and 7. It's technically even between a 3 and 7.

I wonder if Chinese Cadillac will get the super luxurious rear sitting.
What super luxurious rear seating? They've shown none and there has been nothing to indicate any juiced up rear seating area for CT6.
 

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Except that it's larger than some 7's.
And if you're using 7 as a bookend to a size comparison, you'll be using the largest model.

I doubt the rear console & reclining seats will be on the base model. Neither will the blonde, round-eyed "spokesmodel".
So you think the fold down glorified rear armrest and token movable seats constitute a super luxurious rear seating area?

Can anyone explain why the leather around the CUE is perforated?
A bad interior design team?

Like they did with the Park Avenue and SLS for China


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Executive Seating is necessary for the Chinese market, as most of these cars are chauffeur driven. So, CT6 should have it. Though, I think CT6 has the option anyways, even in the US market.
I'm about 80% sure those cars came like that. What you see is what you get on CT6. You don't debut anything but the best you have when you NEED to make a statement.

They've talked about it and basically told us it'll be offered, but they've shown nothing so far.
Where?

If that had something, they'd show it. They have nothing. If they do have something and it isn't launching with it, they're absolute morons.

A T-Bone steak, cheese, eggs, and Welch's Grape?
Steak, fake grape juice, and cheese. That's disgusting.

I saw an ATS with '20T' marked on the trunklid and said to someone "Oh, so it's a 2.0L turbo?". No, apparently not. I don't understand their naming conventions here.
I think you mean... "Oh, so it's a 2.0R turbo?"
 

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I could have sworn there was a thread on it a while back confirming it and massaging seats. Like late last year-ish.



You didn't catch the reference..? I would have expected you to.
I'm pretty sure I know what you're talking about, I'm pretty sure it was a "confirmed rumor", and I'm pretty sure it was referring to what we've already seen.

I don't think GM, in any of its press releases on CT6, has hinted at anything more to come or someone here would have picked up on it and I would have remembered.
 

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Since the rich love imports, why doesn't China IMPORT the CT6? This can't be a high volume market. We'll import 100,000's of Envisions, and probably LaCrosse's but they can't import 10K CT6's?
Trump is right: We're being screwed! A Global economy should work both ways not just in their favor.
Ah, here's where you come up short.

America has been taught to love imports by a generation of self-centered former communists and perpetual degenerates who have passed that love of self-flagellation down to another generation of communists and degenerates, and so the rich do not love IMPORTS for the sake of imports; they just love anything that isn't American because it isn't American.

That's why EUROPE has the mystique it has, despite being pretty crappy outside of its old, near-ancient cities.

The Chinese similarly enjoy anything non-Chinese for the same reasons Americans began to hate American cars (quality, prestige, etc, all reasons intimately related) but you are right in that we're getting screwed, because China still considers Chinese-made foreign-branded cars foreign, and we've let those cars be built elsewhere because China does not play fairly in the global marketplace.
 
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