The Cadillac CT6 was dropped within the U.S. after 2020, however the full-size sedan nameplate stays on sale in China the place it has simply spawned a second-generation mannequin.
Unveiled on Sunday at an occasion marking twenty years of Cadillac’s presence in China, the redesigned CT6 retains the earlier era’s rear-wheel-drive Omega platform however adopts a pointy new look clearly influenced by 2016’s Escala idea.
It measures 205.6 inches lengthy, which is roughly the identical because the earlier era. Nonetheless, as an alternative of the standard notchback design of the older mannequin, the brand new one adopts a fastback design.
Inside, there’s the identical curved show for the digital instrument cluster and infotainment display present in most up-to-date Cadillacs. Relying on the grade, patrons can go for quilted leather-based on the seats, actual wooden accents on the sprint and door panels, and the newest model of Normal Motors’ Tremendous Cruise automated driver-assist characteristic.
2024 Cadillac CT6 (China spec)
Solely the one powertrain has been introduced. It is a 2.0-liter turbo-4 that is rated at 233 hp and mated to a 10-speed automated transmission.
The brand new CT6 is priced in China from 359,700 renminbi (roughly $50,800). Deliveries in that market begin later this yr.
Although prototypes had been noticed testing on U.S. soil in recent times, it is unlikely the automobile might be supplied right here because of the lack of demand for sedans in addition to Cadillac’s dedication to solely launching electrical autos on this market.
Cadillac additionally unveiled a brand new GT4 compact crossover in China. It sits between the XT4 and XT5 in occasions of dimension, and is priced to start out within the Chinese language market at 219,700 renminbi (roughly $31,000). Patrons can select between 1.5- and a pair of.0-liter turbo-4s, each that includes mild-hybrid programs.
2024 Cadillac GT4 (China spec)
The only transmission is a 9-speed automated, however patrons can select between front- and all-wheel drive.
Manufacturing of each the CT6 and GT4 is dealt with by SAIC-GM, GM’s foremost Chinese language three way partnership.