The CT5 will soon be joined by a smaller CT4 sedan.
“Boring sedans are dead. I think awesome sedans are going to be around for a while,” Andrew Smith, Cadillac executive director of global design, said when the CT5 was announced. Here’s hoping the same philosophy applies to the smaller CT4.
Under the hood, a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine is almost certain for most trim levels. However, the CT4 V-Sport performance version might use a V6 engine for extra oomph.
It remains to be seen where, and when, Cadillac will unveil the new CT4, but since the CT5 will go on sale in late 2019, the new sedan isn’t likely to arrive in dealerships before the year’s end at the earliest. Both the CT5 and the CT4 are part of Cadillac’s product overhaul plan that includes the introduction of a new or redesigned vehicle every six months on average through 2021.