Now that we know some initial details about the CT4, is anyone considering buying or leasing a CT4 instead of a CT5?
The CT4 is essentially an updated ATS, and that’s not a bad thing in my book. The ATS already had some of the best steering in class, and simply needed better infotainment, gauges, and a few other niggles to capture more interest from buyers in that segment.
I’m sure one of the automotive sites or magazines will run a comparison test of the CT4 vs. CT5, but in the meantime, what is everyone’s thoughts on the two?
After some digging by Hagerty, the publication uncovered details that suggest the “new” CT4-V shares a lot in common architecturally with the outgoing ATS. The ATS’s 109.3-inch wheelbase is identical to the CT4’s. The 60.3-inch front and 61.7-inch rear tracks are identical, too. The notable dimensions that separate the CT4 from the ATS are the length, height, width, and weight; the CT4 is four inches longer, an inch taller, an inch narrower, and 86 pounds (39 kilograms) heavier. And of course, the powertrain is different.