Before the new year, Cadillac released a teaser image, alongside the confirmation that it will unveiled the CTS-V coupe edition at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. Speculations ran rampant, with everything from a new ATS to other such rumors.
But thanks to Chris Preuss from General Motors, the newest concept showcased by Cadillac will be the XTS, which is set to replace the aging DTS in a short amount of time. According to him, other brands form under GM will be showcasing some new vehicles, including a performance-oriented Buick Regal, which will borrow quite a few features from the Opel Insignia OPC, and even a Chevrolet Aveo RS, which promises to bring performance to the B segment.
Overall, with the promise of even some test drives at the convention, the Detroit Auto Show is looking quite attractive.