XTS Concept Interior designer talks about the inspiration Scott Kissinger | January 29, 2010 | Concepts, News, Rumored Models, Video, XTS | 2 Comments This video from the Detroit autoshow is of the XTS’ interior designer talking about the inspirations that went into the interior. Think orchids. Enjoy: Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Related Related Posts Video of the CTS-V mule testing in Germany No Comments | Oct 25, 2006 Autoweek: GM planning hybrid ATS and CTS 1 Comment | Feb 8, 2010 Cadillac Escala Concept Inside and Out No Comments | Aug 18, 2016 Team Cadillac signs Aschenbach for 2007 season 2 Comments | Jan 24, 2007 2 Comments AMcA January 30, 2010 This car is WAY too production looking to be wider than the actual car. I can see where the roofline might go a little higher, but not the width. I certainly hope the production car can retain at least 99% of the good looks of the concept. I had better – it’s got enough other strikes against it. Lawrence February 1, 2010 I must admit it was surprising to see a young chinese woman as the project manager in charge of the XTS interior. She and others from GM’s China talent pool obviously have a more global sense of what modern luxury is. Despite its platform compromises, XTS is a sharp car. I feel the main changes XTS needs are a 5 in stretch behind the front wheels and a reworked northstar V-8. The Hybrid system makes sense as an alternate drivetrain.