The 2018 Cadillac CT6 PHEV is a fairly large offering for a plug-in hybrid. Despite that, it has been granted a 62 MPGe fuel/energy efficiency rating by the US EPA. The real-world range rating for the CT6 PHEV is 31 miles per full charge — roughly enough to meet many people’s commuting needs. And gas/petrol-only fuel efficiency has been rated at 25 MPG by the EPA — fairly low, all things considered, but it is a large car.
Also notable here is that the CT6 PHEV only features a total range of around 430 miles — fairly low for a PHEV, but not particularly low for a large car, and it’s not clear how much that really matters to people. Something else worth drawing attention to is the option to make use of GM’s new “Super Cruise” semi-autonomous driving features — which allow for mostly autonomous single-lane travel when on divided highways.
Pricing for the 2018 Cadillac CT6 PHEV begins at $75,095.
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