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 Model Launch Schedules
 Green Vehicles
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Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid

2017 A full-size plug-in hybrid sedan
Discontinues in 2019.
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Buick Velite 5

2017 A compact plug-in hybrid hatchback
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Regal HEV

2017 A mid-size hybrid sedan
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Cadillac XT5 28E

2017 A mid-size hybrid crossover SUV
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Chevrolet Bolt EV

2016 A subcompact electric only hatchback
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 News
Apr 24, 2019

On April 19, UAW union officials reported that General Motors officials that told employees that production at the GM Baltimore Powertrain plant would end May 4, laying off nearly 300 workers.
GM had announced in November 2018 that it was planning to idle five North American factories, including the GM Baltimore powertrain that produces the six-speed Allison A1000 transmission for the current-generation Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD pickup trucks.
The factory also produced electric drive motors for the Cadillac CT6 PHEV.
(multiple sources on April 19, 2019)

Apr 23, 2019

While the final Chevrolet Cruze was built at the GM Lordstown plant in Ohio on March 8th, parts production remained, and could have continued through June.
However the few workers who remained at the plant tasked with building Cruze replacement parts finished doing so on April 5th.
GM had previously announced in November 2018 the closure of the Lordstown plant along with four others.
At one point, the Lordstown plant operated three shifts and employed 4,700 people, although it had eliminated two shifts in the last few years and has now closed with no new product allocated.
(multiple sources on April 18, 2019)

Apr 22, 2019

On April 16, Cadillac showcased the global debut of all new 2020 CT5 midsize sedan at the New York International Auto Show.
This all-new luxury sedan is supported by Cadillac’s latest technologies — including Super Cruise. The driver assistance feature enables customers to drive hands-free on freeways, becoming available in calendar year 2020 on select models.
2.0L Twin-Scroll Turbo engine, rated at 237 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, is standard and Cadillac’s 3.0L Twin-Turbo V-6 is available on Premium Luxury and Sport models, rated at 335 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Each paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The driving dynamics build on RWD architecture and include standard Driver Mode Control (Tour, Sport, Snow/Ice, and My Mode). AWD is available.
The all new CT5 measures 4,924 mm long, 1,883 mm wide, and 1,452 mm high with a wheelbase of 2,947 mm.
After its public debut at the New York Auto Show, it will be available for ordering this fall, being manufactured at GM’s Lansing Grand River facility, which previously received a USD 211 million investment to build the next-generation Cadillac sedans.
Pricing and additional information will be announced closer to the start of production.

(Cadillac press release on April 16, 2019)