Revving up Cadillac's new CT6! And there's some copy drama between a couple other luxury auto makers.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
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The new Cadillac CT6 is unveiled at the New York Auto Show -- one of the eight vehicles the company will launch by the end of the decade as part of a multi-billion dollar product investment.
(Ellinghause) "We needed a completely new approach to premium luxury."
Cadillac's Uwe Ellinghause says the new flagship full-sized sedan offers a lightweight body and a 3-liter twin turbo V-6 that'll put 400 horse and a ton of luxury and tech inside with a pedestrian mitigation system to avoid hitting not just cars, but people...
(Ellinghause) "It provides pedestrian detection indication alerts - and automatic breaking."
The CT6, in show rooms by the end of the year.
And one of its rivals, the new Lincoln Continental concept, also unveiled last week -- with Bentley designers calling it a blatant rip-off of their own Flying Spur. You can see it for yourself at foxnewsradio.com:
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