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Cadillac Releases First Photo Of 2004 SRX

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FOR RELEASE: August 21, 2002

Cadillac Releases First Photo Of 2004 SRX

DETROIT, Mich. -- Cadillac released a photo today of its all-new luxury utility, the SRX, due out mid next year as a 2004 model. Designed to fit a new place in the Cadillac portfolio between its luxury sedans and full-size SUVs, the SRX will offer a unique blend of dynamic performance, flexible utility and bold Cadillac styling. SRX is an all-new entry for Cadillac in the medium luxury utility segment - one of the fastest growing segments.

"The Cadillac SRX is a luxury utility with the heart and soul of a sport sedan. This vehicle will standout for its head-turning styling and offer a level of performance like no other medium luxury utility on the road," says Jay Spenchian, Cadillac marketing director.

SRX Highlights Include:

  • Built on a performance-oriented architecture shared with CTS
  • 4.6 L Northstar V8 or 3.6 L V6
  • RWD or AWD
  • Longest wheelbase in class for superior ride quality and dynamic stability
  • Lower center of gravity for well-mannered ride and handling
  • Overall height is taller than a sedan for sufficient command view of the road
  • Magnetic Ride Control - the world's fastest reacting suspension system
  • Manufactured at GM's new state-of-the-art Lansing Grand River Facility in Lansing, Michigan.

Flexible Utility

  • Flexible and versatile when it comes to moving people or cargo
  • Seats up to seven passengers with optional third row or five with innovative rear cargo management system
  • Most second row legroom in class
  • Largest and most innovative sunroof in class plus power shade
  • Theatre seating for command view from all positions


  • Stands out in a segment known for more conservative designs
  • Bold Cadillac styling like its successful siblings
  • Design communicates Cadillac bloodline and heritage plus a high level of functionality
  • Inspired by the 2001 Vizon concept

Cadillac is a division of General Motors . General Motors, the world's largest vehicle manufacturer, designs, builds and markets cars and trucks worldwide, and has been the global automotive sales leader since 1931. GM employs about 355,000 people around the world. More information on General Motors and Cadillac can be found at