As predicted, the plug-in hybrid version of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 large luxury sedan was released today at the Shanghai Motor Show, using an adaptation of GM's second-generation Voltec hybrid system.
What wasn't predicted was the startling size of its battery pack: 18.4 kilowatt-hours, identical to that used in the 2016 Chevrolet Volt...
http://www.greencarreports.com/news/109 ... tric-range
Reccently announced that it will be available in the US this year, with models imported from China sold alongside those assembled in the USA:
General Motors plans to export the plug-in hybrid version of its Cadillac CT6 luxury sedan from China to the U.S. when the car goes on sale this year.
The plug-in hybrid version will be built only in a plant in China, which is one of two factories assembling the CT6, said Uwe Ellinghaus, Cadillac’s chief marketing officer.
The plug-in hybrid sedan will be the second car that General Motors will import to the U.S. from China...
http://www.autonews.com/article/2016011 ... ina-to-u-s
As a (mostly) Asian company, GM is certainly in a good position to exploit the rise of the Dollar, by selling (mostly) Korean BEVs (Sparks/Bolts) and mostly Chinese PHEVs (CT6's) to US consumers.