The latest Cadillac XT4 prototype suggests the new crossover will be a plug-in hybrid.

The test car is still heavily camouflaged, but we can see Cadillac’s signature pentagonal mesh grille up front, along with pointy LED headlights, and an overall edgier profile. If you look carefully, you can also make out an intercooler in the front bumper, indicating there are turbocharged engines under the hood.

It’s most likely the XT4 will have a turbocharged four-cylinder mill under the hood, possibly paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Look for all-wheel drive to be offered as optional, although there’s a chance it could be standard.

The latest set of spy photos reveal an extra fuel cap hidden on the front left fender, which is likely where a charging port is located.

The Cadillac XT4 is expected to make its debut in mid-2018. Look for it to compete with the Audi Q3, BMW X1, and Mercedes-Benz GLA, although it should be bigger than all three of them.

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