Chevrolet has unveiled the Cadillac SUV concept that can be driven in the comfort of your own home.
The car is called the Cadillac S3 and is available in a range of colors.
It will have four wheels, a three-passenger configuration and will be powered by a V8 engine that can go up to 300 horsepower.
The vehicle will be available in 2019.
Cadillac S3 image source ChevroletThe Cadillac S is an SUV that has been on the drawing board for some time and has been in development for several years.
It is expected to debut sometime in 2019, although no date has been given.
Chevrolet said in a statement that the S3 will be a new concept in a series that will include a number of new concepts.
“The S3 is a vehicle that combines the power of an SUV and the comfort and convenience of a family car.
It brings a new level of versatility, combining style, performance and utility into one package,” said John C. White, executive vice president and chief engineer for Chevrolet’s Global Design Division.”
This new model combines all of these attributes in a uniquely attractive package,” he added.
The Cadillac S will be the first SUV to feature an all-wheel drive system, a feature that will be offered on the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet Colorado.
It’s expected to have a range that is about half that of a standard-length SUV.
The Cadillac XTS will be introduced in 2020.
“The Cadillac SUV, with its distinctive profile, dynamic personality and powerful engine, has proven to be a perfect match for the Chevrolet brand,” said Richard D. Reeder, president of Chevrolet, in a press release.
“Our customers have come to expect the best in quality, craftsmanship and comfort.
The S3, the first Cadillac SUV in the world to feature all-new technology and capabilities, delivers the same level of value and style.”
CADillac XTS image source The Chevrolet Bolt, the latest plug-in electric vehicle, is expected in 2020 with a range between 200 and 250 miles.
It is expected that the Bolt will be based on the all-electric Chevy Bolt EV, which was released in 2020, and will have a 0 to 60 mph time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 190 miles per hour.
It also has a range to go up and down 100 miles on a single charge.
In a press conference at the Detroit Auto Show, Chevrolet CEO Bill A. Castor said the Bolt would go on sale by 2021 and have a top-of-the-line price tag of $57,000.
Ford Motor Co., which owns the Mustang brand, is preparing to launch the Ford Fusion SUV in 2020 and have it priced at $75,000 with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that will deliver an estimated 0 to 100 mph time in 3.3 seconds.
Honda is preparing the 2018 Civic Si hatchback, which will be priced at about $62,000, which is expected as a hatchback that will have an interior that is a blend of leather and metal.
It features a 7.0L inline four-cylinder engine that produces 260 horsepower.
It has a top horsepower of 250 and a peak torque of 300.
Honda has also revealed plans for a new hybrid vehicle called the Honda CR-V, which it says will be “a hybrid that can travel a combined range of up to 200 miles.”
Ford’s electrified Lincoln MKZ crossover, which also goes on sale in 2020 at a price tag that is expected at $70,000 will also have a fuel cell electric system, and it will also be powered using an all electric motor.
Toyota is preparing a new sports utility vehicle, the Mirai, which has a base price of $40,000 and is expected by 2020 to be priced around $60,000 as a hybrid that will go on road at speeds between 150 and 200 miles per charge.
The Toyota Mirai is expected have a starting price of around $45,000 but will have fuel cell engines and a range range of around 100 miles.
Toyota also unveiled a new model, the Sota, which the automaker said would be priced between $40 and $55,000 when it is launched in 2020 for the luxury segment.
A new car that is supposed to be built for 2019, the Tesla Model 3, is planned to go on public display at the New York Auto Show and will start with a price of somewhere around $35,000 in 2020 after a 30-month warranty.
The Model 3 is expected with an all new design that includes a new battery pack that will power the car’s Autopilot system.