Cadillac and Nissan announced a crossover concept vehicle at CES 2016, which was later revealed as the crossover Cascada.

The crossover has already received a name and a range of models.

However, this is the first time the name crossover has been used in the crossover market.

Ford said that it would be working on the crossover version in 2019, while Cadillac and Chevrolet would launch the model later.

This will be the first crossover to be a Ford and GM vehicle.

The name crossover was chosen because of its ability to blend the brand’s distinctive style with Nissan’s and Cadillac’s more contemporary lines.

A name has been selected to help the brand differentiate itself from other competitors and differentiate the crossover from its rivals.

The vehicle will be manufactured by General Motors at its Cadillac Assembly Plant in Michigan.

This is the second time a crossover will be launched by General Motor.

In October, Cadillac and GM announced that they were partnering to build the Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV, which will feature a hybrid system and will be a competitor to the Lincoln MKZ crossover.

Cadillac and other automakers have been investing in the luxury crossover segment for several years.

They have announced the new 2018 Lincoln MKC crossover SUV and the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SUV.

The 2018 Lincoln will have a front-drive platform with a six-speed automatic transmission and a five-speed manual transmission.

The 2017 Camaro will be built with a four-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Cadillac has also launched the 2018 Lincoln Navigator and the 2019 Cadillac ATS.

The ATS will be based on the brand-new 2018 Lincoln Town Car.

The brand has also been working on its next-generation crossover SUV.

Cadillac announced that it will launch the 2019 Cascadia crossover SUV sometime in 2021.

The 2019 Cadillac Cascadas will be equipped with an all-wheel drive platform and will feature the brand new Ford Edge platform.

The all-new 2019 Cadillac CT6 crossover SUV will also be offered.

This crossover will have the same four-cylinder engine as the 2019 Chevrolet Camaros, but it will be powered by a six speed automatic transmission, making it more powerful than the current Cascadias.

In 2020, Cadillac is planning to unveil a new vehicle to take its brand into the next generation of crossover, with the 2019 XTS crossover SUV being the first to debut.

The XTS will have an all wheel drive platform with four cylinder engine.

The new XTS SUV will feature an electric motor that is a 1.6 liter diesel engine and will also feature four-wheel disc brakes.

The Cascades first model, the XTS, is expected to launch sometime in 2020.

The second crossover model to be unveiled in 2020 will be called the Cascadian.

This model will be more of a crossover than the Crossover and will have some differences from the 2019 crossover SUV (like the plug-in hybrid).

The Crescendo crossover will also have an electric powertrain and will make use of a new all-season tires.

The company plans to launch the Crescaderas 2019 SUV sometime during 2021.

Cadillac also announced that the 2019 E-Tron crossover SUV is being built in China.

The E-tron is expected for launch sometime around 2020.

Cadillac will also unveil a crossover SUV in 2021 that will be able to accommodate the larger hatchback segment.

This SUV will be an all electric vehicle and will come with a 5-passenger capacity, including a second row seat and a third row seat.

Cadillac is also expected to unveil the next Cadillac SUV, called the XS, in 2021 as well.

The next crossover SUV to be announced is expected in 2021, with a version that will have both front and rear drivetrains.

The current Crescaladas 2019 and CresCascadas 2021 models will both have a 4-door hatchback with the roof down.

The Cadillac CresCaladas SUV will have rear-wheel drives and will include a three-speed transmission and will carry an MSRP of $35,500, which is $25,100 more than the previous CresConcaladis 2021 model.

Cadillac plans to unveil more crossover SUV models in 2021 and beyond.

In addition, Cadillac plans on launching the next version of the Cretacabra crossover in 2021 to compete with the Ford Cascados 2018 crossover SUV model.