The very first units of the 2020 Cadillac XT6 “midsize-plus” luxury crossover SUV have finally begun to arrive at Cadillac dealerships around the country.
It would appear that the majority of the Cadillac XT6 units currently being delivered are Premium Luxury models, with the Sport trim making up the remainder of the vehicles. Searching for a brand-new 2020 Cadillac XT6 on Cars.com today turns up 231 results nationwide, with only 30 units having actual photos of the vehicles on the lot.
The biggest, baddest (read: most expensive) Cadillac XT6 currently available has a price tag of $73,640 for an en-route model. The second most-expensive model came in at $66,525 for a Sport model that’s on the ground.
If you aren’t near a Cadillac dealership that has XT6 inventory but are familiar with the Cadillac XT5, then you already know what the cabin of the XT6 is like, since both crossovers share an almost identical cockpit. However, The XT6, however, is larger – which enables it to have three rows of seating for either seven of eight occupants compared to a maximum of five in the XT5.
The XT6 is powered by the naturally-aspirated 3.6L V-6 LGX engine rated at 310 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque, mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel-drive is standard on the Premium Luxury model, while all-wheel drive is available. On the Sport model, AWD is standard.
There are a total of nine exterior color options for the 2020 Cadillac XT6:
- Crystal White Tricoat
- Satin Steel Metallic
- Radiant Silver Metallic
- Stellar Black Metallic
- Manhattan Noir Metallic
- Shadow Metallic
- Garnet Metallic
- Red Horizon Tintcoat
- Dark Mocha Metallic
There are also five interior color combinations, including:
- Jet Black with Jet Black accents
- Cirrus with Dark Titanium accents
- Cirrus with Jet Black accents
- Dark Auburn with Jet Black accents
- Maple Sugar with Jet Black accents
The Cadillac XT6 is a vital product for the luxury brand, enabling it to finally have a crossover utility vehicle with three rows of seating – something it hasn’t had since the first-generation Cadillac SRX – at a time when CUVs are the fastest-growing vehicle type in many markets around the world. It joins the all-new XT4 compact luxury crossover in the crossover C-segment and the XT5 midsize luxury crossover in the crossover D-segment as the brand’s third CUV.