Cadillac SRX to be replaced with X3 competitor
Cadillac will unveil an update version for the SRX in 2011. Also the SRX will be replaced later after with a five-passenger crossover that will compete with BMW X3.
The upcoming crossover will share the same architecture with the 2009 Saab 9-4 crossover, which replaces the larger 9-7x. It will feature familiar Caddy elements as vertical lighting front and rear, the centerline crease and sheer side surfaces, but the hood and tailgate are more domed than on the firm’s other vehicles. The headlamps are pulled back over the tops of the front fenders, and the tailgate wraps around the vehicle’s sides to meet a raked D-pillar. A strong, straight rising crease on the flanks gives an impression of wedginess.
The new crossover will be offered with a wide range of interior color schemes. A navigation screen motors upward from the dash, and a speedometer with LCD information screen is in the center of the dial.
Under the hood you will get a 3.6-liter V-6 direct-injection gas engine. Also it will be offered with a two-mode hybrid system as an option.