It's a quiet period for Cadillac, at least on the product front. Meanwhile, dealers have their hands full trying to figure out Project Pinnacle, a controversial program that changes the way they're paid for selling vehicles and representing the brand.
Cadillac isn't expected to show anything new in Detroit. The only notable change to its lineup this year is the introduction of a plug-in hybrid version of the CT6 sedan, which is expected to be sold in small numbers.
In the next several years, the brand is planning to add up to three crossovers -- the XT2, XT3 and XT7 -- and redesign the ATS and CTS. But none of those vehicles arrives until 2018 at the earliest.