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Speculation is that the Cadillac LTS will be a new top-of-the-line flagship based on the Omega platform. Electra was once used by Buick for a premium flagship, so in theory it could be for a sister-car also on Omega for Buick.
For some reason I recall seeing a "Cadillac" version of the Volt which might have been called CIL. (Think 4-door, badge engineered Cadillac, not the ELR/Converj.)
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LTS is a given. Cadillac's flagship.
Electra is for Buick. My guess is for a version of the Volt/ELR instead of a LTS based sedan.
Cil... no idea.
The Cadillac Catera was an Omega platform (from Opel). Holden then took the platform, widened it and made 2 different (longer) wheelbases, and it became their V-platform. The replacement to that platform was the Zeta, developed by Holden. Now, Cadillac's upcoming flagship car will be essentially a reworked Zeta, and will be named....for Cadillac's flagship.... Omega.