PRLog - Feb. 15, 2013 - BARRINGTON, Ill. -- The team at Motor Werks Cadillac of Barrington (http://www.motorwerkscadillac.com/
2013 Cadillac XTS
It may be surprising to some that the Cadillac XTS is already getting set for a remodel, since it only just arrived on the scene this year. The XTS replaced the STS, and is slightly smaller than that car. What isn’t surprising for a luxury manufacturer like Cadillac is the devotion of many years of research and development before bringing a car to market. It isn’t uncommon for an automaker to begin development of next generation vehicles as soon as the current ones hit the market, while making evolutionary changes to the current versions every year.
Opel, a German automaker that has been fully owned by General Motors since 1931, shares a great deal of technology with current GM vehicles. The current Buick Regal and Opel Insignia share much of the same technology. In the coming years, a next-generation Opel Corsa and a new Opel Antara, which will use the GM Delta II platform, will debut.
The current 2013 Cadillac XTS (http://www.motorwerkscadillac.com/
Contact Motor Werks Cadillac of Barrington to find out more about the 2013 XTS and future Cadillac vehicles. Motor Werks Cadillac serves the Chicagoland area by providing new and used vehicles, repair services, and more. Their dealership is located at 206 N Cook St in Barrington, IL (http://www.motorwerkscadillac.com/