Cadillac is making surprisingly changes to the CT4 and CT5 line-ups. Even considering their second model year. The 2021MY switchover is initiating a 12-inch fully digital instrument cluster. But it is if you go for the Sport, Premium Luxury, and Series trims or if you go for the Technology Package. The “Enhanced Super Cruise” with Lane Change on Demand will be offered for the Premium Luxury and V-series in early 2021.
2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 Review
The 2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 are also receiving an updated infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. And the rotary knob on the center console now has a jog functionality. Thereby allowing the process of making selections to be easy. The Buckle to Drive feature, which prevents the shifter from leaving Park for up to 20 seconds if the driver’s seatbelt is not buckled is now set on standard. It is being activated by default from the factory. But it can however be manually turned off by using the infotainment.
The CT4 Luxury now obtains an automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking, and also a safety alert seat without having to pay extra. These standard safety kits now make the CT4 look cooler. According to “Cadillac”, the Teen Driver function for both models aids youngsters to “develop safe driving habits.”
There is a new Diamond Sky special edition bringing a lot of styling tweaks for the Premium Luxury trims. The CT4 and CT5 obtain a Diamond Sky Metallic paint job along with diffuser and rocker extensions in the same tone. While its front grilles get a bright accent exclusive to this model. Also, in addition, Cadillac installs Brembo V Performance front brakes and also paints the calipers blue at both axles.
Other Features Added (Interiors)
Stepping aside, the Diamond Sky includes alloy pedals and a Centaurus Finish Aluminum trim for the CT4. While the larger sedan arrives with Galaxy Finish Wood trim. Both of them have leather seats Sky Cool Gray/Jet with perforations. Concluding the awesome features is the key fob with its Diamond Sky Metallic accents and colored crest badge.
Cadillac says that improvements on the materials used on the inside of the V models have been made. As he adds more leather, which is why it will be a good idea to Step up to the V models. You can have an array of V items on the Sport trim. And the CT4-V swaps out the aluminum trim on the center console for carbon fiber as well.
However, the 2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 will lose the Royal Spice Metallic exterior and the Red Obsession Tintcoat to make room for Infrared Tintcoat and Rift Metallic. With the latter being kept to the V models.
The range-topping Blackwing versions are expected to debut later this year. And even though there’s no word about it, it is quite possibly expected to arrive with a 200-mph top speed as suggested in a recent teaser.