Chris Doane caught a shot of the 2010 Cadillac CTX (originally named the BRX) which rides on the Theta-Epsilon chassis. This new CUV is expected to move into production in May of 2009 at the Ramos Arizpe plant. The CTX shares its platform with the Saab 9-4X. Expect about 75,000 units annually.
We’ll likely see the CTX use the 300 horsepower direct-injection 3.6 liter V6 found in the CTS. A 2.0 liter turbo-diesel variant is also in the works, however, it may not be sold in the United States market.
The grille apparently comes directly from the Provoq concept. The rest of the body looks very similar as well. Reports indicate that the pop-up navigation found in the CTS will also be included. Anyone looking for something large than an average car but smaller than an SUV (or even smaller than the SRX) will be happy to meet the Cadillac CTX.