Fisburne. Always with the Fishburne. For their introduction of the new XTS sedan, Cadillac once again enlisted the sonorous, disembodied voice of the erstwhile Furious Styles. The XTS’s demeanor is markedly less furious than Cadillac’s current halo CTS-V and significantly less stylish than last summer’s Ciel concept. Does it have enough visual zip to play against Audi’s A6? That’s what Cadillac’s hoping for. Pricing’s in line with the A6, starting “somewhere in the 40s” according to Cadillac’s David Caldwell. We’d figure low-to-mid 40s.