Because now GM has the problem of the new Cadillac XT6 having less perceived value than the Hyundai/Kia 3-row SUVs. We know what the result of GM's ill fated brand management philosophy is. I live a part of town with a lot of senior housing. It amazes me how many older vehicles I see still on the road. The older sedans were the real deal. I'm talking about vehicles from the 1990s to early 2,000s. Such sedans had good ingress/egress, large trunks and were mostly square. I don't expect an Alfa Romeo sedan have that any more, but the brand use to offer such sedans.