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Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Buickís last traditional sedan is coasting. A redesign two years ago failed to generate much sales momentum, and the large-sedan segment is significantly declining.

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Buick LaCrosse 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 The Opel sale, declining car sales and slim returns in the niche convertible segment leave the Cascada dead in the water.

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Buick Cascada 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2020 Both the front and rear of the compact crossover have been changed for 2019. A redesign is expected in 2020.

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Buick Envision 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2021 Aside from some likely tweaks to trim levels, donít expect too many changes until a freshening of the vehicle in 2021.

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Buick Enclave 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The tiny crossover, Buickís top seller, is due for a redesign in late 2019.

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Buick Encore 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18

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Buick Buick EVs 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2020 The repositioning of the Opel-derived midsize sedan as a sportback and wagon has proved successful for Buick, at least for now. Regal sales were up 27 percent through the first six months of the year.

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Buick Regal/ Regal GS 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2022 Cadillac was expected to get its share of EVs under a GM plan to introduce 20 EVs or fuel cell vehicles by 2023.

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Cadillac Cadillac EVs 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Re-engineering in 2018 Cadillac's profit factory was re-engineered for the 2019 model year to include a 10-speed transmission.

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Cadillac Escalade 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Cadillac's sole crossover, introduced in 2016, is expected to receive a refresh in 2019.

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Cadillac XT5 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Cadillacís next all-new vehicle -- the XT6 -- is taking shape and taking to the road for testing.

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Cadillac XT6 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Possible in 2022 Around or after 2022, the company is expected to release a new luxury flagship vehicle that is heavily influenced by the Escala concept car.

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Cadillac Halo car 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2018 Cadillac is branding the XT4 as a vehicle "for the next generation of luxury buyers" that marks a new design language and trim strategy for the brand.

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Cadillac XT4 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2020 A rear-wheel-drive car smaller than the ATS -- think BMW 2-series competitor -- is expected in 2020.

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Cadillac ATS/CT3/CT4 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Instead of being put out to pasture, Cadillac is updating the XTS for the 2018 model year. But it will likely be cut around 2021.

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Cadillac XTS 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2020 If the vehicle is given the green light, it could come as early as 2020 or 2021 to inject more performance DNA into the brand.

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Cadillac Corvette-based Cadillac 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: New in 2020 CT5 production is slated to begin in 2019.

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Cadillac CT5 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Donít expect too many changes to the Bolt EV aside from a possible freshening late next year before it moves to GMís new EV platform as early as 2021.

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Chevrolet Bolt EV 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 The Impala remains on GMís Epsilon II architecture with the Cadillac XTS, which was refreshed for the 2018 model year but isnít expected to last long into the next decade. The Impala is expected to end along with it, if not before.

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Chevrolet Impala 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 Reports that GM would pull the plug on its plug-in hybrid may have been premature. The car is expected to remain primarily as it is following a re-engineering due in showrooms this year.

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Chevrolet Volt 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 The 2019 minicar will arrive in dealerships in late summer with a freshened exterior and additional active safety technology, including optional low-speed automatic braking. A redesign of the car into a crossover is expected as early as 2021.

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Chevrolet Spark 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 A freshening of the Malibu is slated for the second half of 2018.

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Chevrolet Malibu 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Sales have plunged since the Trax, a crossover built on the same platform, arrived.

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Chevrolet Sonic 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 Chevrolet's heavy-duty pickups are on tap for a redesign about a year after their light-duty brethren.

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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD 20180719
Updated: 07/19/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2017 The full-size SUV will be redesigned in 2020 as GM works to maintain its dominance over Ford.

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Chevrolet Suburban 20180719

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