When you look at the Cadillac CTS and Cadillac CX, there are a few similarities.
Both are equipped with an automatic transmission.
Both have an 8-speed automatic transmission and both offer a luxury cabin, with a rear-seat passenger and a driver-side airbag.
But the CTS is a Cadillac, and the CX is a CTS.
And the CVP is a luxury car.
The Cadillac CVP will debut in 2019 in a limited-edition version that is based on the 2019 Cadillac C-Max, a car with a base price of $69,995, and will come with a four-speed manual transmission.
The Cadillac CXP, a new model that will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, will offer a six-speed Automatic with a manual transmission and will be available with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and automatic headlights.
The 2019 Cadillac ATS is powered by the 6.2-liter V-8 and has a base MSRP of $76,500.
And for a refresher on Cadillac, read our previous story on the Cadillac Avant.
Both cars will be offered in a five-door trim.
The CVP has a trim level called the C-Series, which means it will come in a four door and five door.
Cadillac is selling the Cadillac B-Series in a three-door version.
It will be a three door and two-door, and is priced at $70,995.
And Cadillac is also offering the Cadillac XTS, a trim version of the Crossover.
It comes in a two-seater and a three front.
The Avant comes in the three-seated, three-wheel drive and three-speed version.
Both CVP and CX trim levels have a $4,000 option package that comes with navigation, heated front seats, and a seven-speaker sound system.
The four-door is available with heated front seatbacks and rear seating for $7,995 and the five-seat option is $7.95 million.
The CVP comes in three color options: black, white, and dark grey.
The base price for the CVS is $76; the base price is $89,995 for the Avant; and the base MSR is $95,995 of the Cadillac ETS.
The ETS comes in black, red, and silver, and comes with a 6.7-liter inline four engine with a 4.6-liter turbocharged V-6 engine producing 306 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.
The five-speed Avant will come to dealers in 2019.
The Avant and CVP are expected to go on sale by the end of the year, and it is unclear if Cadillac will continue to offer the CSP.
It could go on the backburner for a while, though, as Cadillac ramps up production of the ATS and XTS and continues to sell CVPs in Europe.