Cadillac unveiled the next-generation version of its SRX crossover today at its stand at Pebble Beach. Visually, the new SRX owes a lot to Cadillac's recent Provoq concept, but it also bears more than a passing resemblance to the previous SRX, the Saturn Vue and Outlook, and the last-generation Cadillac CTS. Underpinnings are courtesy of GM's Global Compact Crossover architecture, also known as TE, or Theta-Epsilon. (It combines elements of the Theta crossover platform with elements of the Epsilon mid-size car program.) The current Saturn Vue uses this architecture, as does the current Europe-only Opel Antara.
The 2010 SRX, scheduled to go on sale in mid-2009, will make its debut at the 2009 North American International Auto Show.