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Hang on, I recognise that. Didn’t you just drive a new Cadillac CT6? Yes, we have just driven the big Cadillac in Europe. But this is the entry level version of Caddy’s current range-topping, S-Class, A8 and XJ-competitor luxury saloon. Cadillac’s brand people would have it that the CT6 combines the luxury of a full-size car with the dynamics of a class-smaller car, thanks to its mixed material make-up. But good handling is only part of what a car in this league needs to succeed. Hush and luxury are also high on the list of must haves, too. So what’s different about this version? Apart from the fitment of the 2.0-litre turbocharged four – yes, a four in a luxury saloon; only the new Volvo S90 does that too – that can be had in virtually every other Cadillac on sale today, other than the Escalade, there are plenty of other spec changes. Such as?