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Cadillac CT6 Pickup Rendered Just For Fun

Cadillac CT6 Pickup Rendered Just For Fun

Though a Cadillac CT6 pickup would never exist in real life, Cadillac Society’s mad team of artists have rendered one anyway. In our opinion, it would be a real show stopper if it actually went into production.

The chances of a Cadillac CT6 pickup becoming a reality are slim at best. The most recent Cadillac pickup was the Escalade EXT, which was officially described as an SUT (Sport Utility Truck) because its unique “midgate” feature enabled it to be partly a pickup truck and partly an SUV. The Escalade EXT was discontinued after the 2013 model year, and the marque has shown no sign of wanting to introduce another model of this type since then (though we rendered an image of a 2021 EXT several months ago).

Another thing standing in the way of the Cadillac CT6 pickup becoming a production reality is that the Detroit-Hamtramck plant where the regular CT6 luxury sedan was manufactured is no longer building it. As Cadillac Society was first to report, the last North American CT6 to have been produced went on sale at Fitzgerald Cadillac in Frederick, Maryland earlier this year.

Although it is no longer available in the U.S., however, the CT6 sedan is still being sold in the Chinese market. Local examples, as shown below, are produced at the Cadillac Jinqiao plant in Shanghai. If there were ever to be a real-life Cadillac CT6 pickup, it would almost certainly be built at that facility. The plant also produces the rest of the Cadillac China lineup, including the XT4, XT5, XT6, CT4 and CT5.

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9 Comments

  1. The CT6 “pick-up” rendering looks great! Cadillac seems to be stuck with either Sedan or SUV offerings–in various sizes. My preference would be for offering fewer sizes and more variations of those offered, such as a model like the one shown, or a Coupe, Wagon and Convertible offering, or an EXT type pick-up model. Alas, even though Cadillac Society had shown plans for a CT5 Coupe when they were filed with the patent office, the focus of the brand has once again changed, and the model will not be built.

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    • Show me the inside !

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  2. Fun for who?

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  3. I don’t like it. Looks like a Flower car.

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  4. Greg, definitely NOT for you !

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  5. This Caddy is so nice I would’nt carry anything but a passenger…

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  6. Should have done it…but also should have continued to produce the CT6 3.00 in the USA.

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    • Produce it for who? Sales were puny.

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      • You are changing your tune for this car but definitely rip anyone apart when someone says something negative about Cadillac or you try to correct anyone in reference to Cadillac.

        FYI, sales of the model was NOT puny as you have it out to be. The car sold well for the first few years from 2016-2018 with hardly any marketing support. Even though it was not the best seller of any particular class, it did quite well for a model that straddles the line between the E & F segment which this vehicle was priced as an E segment competitor with the size of the F segment competitor. Originally, this car was planned to be a F segment competitor but Cadillac made the decision to compete in between segments. You also need to understand that around the same time, Cadillac had three sedans that competed in the same segment which were the CTS, XTS and CT6. If you combined all three sales together, they were close to even to the 5 series and E class in sales volume. So the CT6 done quite well same as for the CTS which entered in the E segment full time in its final life cycle same as for the XTS which replaced the DTS and STS as a stop-gap.

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