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Cadillac XTS Professional Models Get One New Feature For 2019 Model Year

Cadillac XTS Professional Models Get One New Feature For 2019 Model Year

Cadillac is adding one new feature to its XTS Professional Vehicles line for the 2019 model year: a second-generation wireless smartphone charging system.

Assigned production code K4C, the new system delivers higher power and a larger charging surface area, while also adding improved compatibility with Apple iPhone and Android devices. The addition addresses the incompatibilities and shortcomings of the wireless phone chargers in the 2013-2018 XTS models.

Download 2019 Cadillac XTS Professional Vehicles order guide

Final Model Year

The 2019 model year could very well be the final model year of the XTS range, as Cadillac is rumored to phase out the large sedan in the 2019-2020 timeframe.

About Cadillac Professional Vehicles

The Cadillac XTS Professional Vehicles is a family of specialized XTS models engineered, designed and built to withstand the rigors of commercial use by the chauffeured transportation, hotel/resort and funeral industries – colloquially known as livery.

The XTS professional range consists of one fully-built model and four incomplete vehicles, for a total of five models.

2018 Cadillac XTS professional Vehicles

ModelSummary
W20Livery Sedan
W30Coachbuilder Stretch Livery (XTS-L)
V4UV4U Coachbuilder Limousine
BQ9Coachbuilder Funeral Coach (Hearse)
B05Armored Model
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Alex is the founder of Cadillac Society. He has a deep passion for automotive business strategy and enjoys driving his ATS sedan on twisty mountain roads.

5 Comments

  1. Another interesting article in support of the Cadillac brand! Thanks for doing the Cadillac Society.
    Mr Marland Ellis
    2017 XT5 Platinum owner

    Reply
    • It’s my pleasure, Mr. Ellis.

      Many more Cadillac content to come right here at Cadillac Society!

      Stay tuned!

      Alex

      Reply
  2. Does anyone know of any Cadillac-published sales brochures on these models?

    Reply
  3. I like the XTS for the most part, but I may get a “cremate” tattoo.
    Perhaps they’ll sell a lowered Escalade.

    Reply

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