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Spied: 2018 Cadillac XT7

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac is developing a new three-row crossover. Cadillac's long-rumored three-row crossover utility vehicle has finally broken cover on the streets of Detroit. Believed to be called XT7, Cadillac's new crossover will give buyers a more civilized alternative to the truck-based Escalade.

2018 Cadillac XT7 three-row crossover spied

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2018 Cadillac XT7 was spied Friday testing with other large General Motors crossovers. Cadillac is expanding its portfolio with a three-row crossover. This is it. Expected to be called the XT7, the new vehicle will give Cadillac an entry above the XT5 and below the hulking Escalade. Though it's heavily covered, we can see Cadillac's bold grille and what looks like strong proportions. It'll probably look like a larger XT5, and you can sort of see a similar roofline if you squint.

2018 Cadillac XT7 Spied Testing for the First Time

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Spy photographers have caught the 2018 Cadillac XT7 testing, serving as a complement to the two-row XT5 model. The prototype was spotted testing alongside the new Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave, sporting front and rear ends inspired by the CT6 sedan, as well as other recent Cadillac models. Expect power to come from the new 3.6-liter V6 found in the XT5, although a turbocharged variant with more performance is likely.

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Spied with Rear Liftback, Dual Exhausts

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Honda is planning to show a concept version of the tenth-generation Civic Hatchback at next week’s Geneva auto show, but these spy photos give us a sneak peek at the production car. With the same swoopy design as the 2016 Civic sedan and coupe, the new 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback looks to be the most practical, and arguably the most stylish, member of the Civic lineup.

Spied: 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Off-Roader

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - When we saw the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 concept at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, we knew it could fill a void in GM's lineup that both Ram and Ford have capitalized on for more than a decade. With relatively few focused modifications to the Colorado chassis and suspension, the concept also seemed like a no-brainer for those looking for a capable off-road competitor to Toyota's Tacoma TRD Sport and new TRD Pro midsize pickup.