"I'd like to see a nice Cadillac crossover, and I'd like to see a Saab crossover," said GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz. The GM front-man was reluctant to confirm that the cars were a done deal, but added “obviously, the fact that I mention it would lead you to believe that we're certainly thinking about it."
For Cadillac, a new crossover model would essentially replace the current SRX and would be built off the same Sigma architecture used for the CTS sedan. This would give the vehicle car-like handling and still allow it to retain the practicality of a SUV. A Cadillac crossover model could be on the market in less than three years, while Saab’s general manager, Jay Spenchian, has mentioned that a new small crossover model could be launched for the Swedish brand in the next two to three years.