General Motors reveled the newly designed 2014 Cadillac CTS at the New York International Auto Show last night.
The CTS is the brand's centerpiece, according to a statement from General Motors.
The powertrain for the 2013 Cadillac CTS is currently being built at Flint Engine Operations.
GM said they based the the 2014 CTS high-performing, rear-drive architecture of the ATS sport sedan, making this a midsize luxury sedan.
It is also the first Cadillac to offer Automatic Parking Assist, which can have the car park itself in parallel spaces.
It also has the Safety Alert Seat technology, and 10 standard air bags.
The vehicle itself will be built in Lansing starting this fall.