Cadillac will get its tractor-trailer back, replace its rear seats, and replace a few other bits and pieces, including a wheel, according to a source familiar with the plan.
The plan was first reported by The Detroit News.
The Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac CT6, and Cadillac Escort are all on track for production of at least one of the new vehicles, the source said.
The source spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
Boeing has been making a push to make the XC60 available in the U.S. and around the world for a few years now, but the company has not publicly unveiled the final details of the vehicle’s lineup.
Cadillac is working with General Motors, Toyota and others to develop a new version of the XF platform that is expected to feature a new platform architecture and powertrain to meet the demand for the crossover.
The XF was designed by Toyota to meet a demand for electric cars, and it was unveiled in 2017 as the first fully electric SUV.
Toyota announced earlier this month that it is adding the XSF platform to the Lexus NX and the Chevrolet Spark.
While GM has made significant progress on the X crossover, it has yet to reveal any details about what will make it into production.
GM will not be the only carmaker to offer a new truck for the X. Ford is expected this year to debut a new pickup truck that is not the Chevrolet Silverado, but rather a different model.
Ford plans to unveil the truck sometime this fall.
Meanwhile, the Ford Transit Connect concept truck has also been delayed in its debut, which means it is not expected to appear until sometime next year.
Finally, General Motors is expected later this year or early next year to begin production of its new pickup, the Chevy Spark.