What’s the next step for the future of the black SUV?
That’s the big question at the moment, as the industry is looking at options for the next generation of vehicles.
The latest to be considered are the Mercedes-Benz C300 and the Cadillac ATS.
However, the new Cadillac Avant is also expected to be a contender for the new generation, and could see a significant upgrade in technology, according to CarAdvice.com chief technology officer John Foy.
The Avant will be available in two trim levels.
The basic level will include the new M Sport, M Coupe, and M Sport+ models, with the optional XTS model, which will be an updated version of the base C300.
It will come with an automatic gearbox and can be ordered in two variants, one with a 1.7L turbocharged engine and the other with a 3.5L turbo engine.
The latter variant is expected to go on sale in 2018.
Other than the M Sport model, the Avant should be offered in the same trim levels as the base version, although the premium models will have higher prices.
The C300 has already been offered in Europe, Australia and the US.
The new C300 will be offered as an option in all other markets, although it will not be offered on the new CX-9.
It is expected that the new version of CX will be launched in the second half of next year, with pricing set to be announced at that time.
The upcoming Cadillac Avent will be a completely redesigned version of this new model.
It has a new front bumper and rear diffuser, with a wider bodykit.
It also has a smaller engine and will come equipped with a CVT automatic transmission.
It can be purchased in the Avent trim level with the option of an automatic transmission, and is expected be available for $25,000.
The all-new Avant+ has a larger engine, but has a lower starting price.
It comes with a 2.0L turbo, which is the same as the A4, and can also be purchased with a 4.0 liter V6.
The price is expected at $37,400.
Cadillac is also considering a new version for the CX, which has the same engine as the new Avent, but will be equipped with an 8.0 L V6 engine.
This version will be sold in the US for $35,000, and it is expected for the 2018 model year.
The next major revision of the C300 is expected in 2018, with more options, including a sport suspension, which Cadillac says will make it more comfortable for passengers.
The company is also planning to introduce a front bumper spoiler for the A7, which was already introduced on the A3.
The suspension on the next CX is expected after that, although Cadillac hasn’t announced anything about it yet.
The XTS will be released in 2019, but it will come only in the C1 and C2 trim levels, which are expected to range from $39,000 to $55,000 and $56,000 respectively.