- The Cadillac XT4 is getting a long-awaited facelift which includes restyled front and rear fascias and updated LED running lights.
- The interior is also updated and is designed around a 33-inch curved LED touchscreen display.
- The refresh also adds revised 18- and 20-inch wheel designs, as well as three new exterior paint colors. The 2024 XT4 is scheduled to go on sale this summer, with production to take place at GM’s Fairfax Assembly facility in Kansas.
As the XT4 SUV rounds the corner on its sixth birthday, Cadillac is giving it a long-awaited facelift. The front end of the car is new, with a redesigned grille and distinctive vertical running lights similar to those on other Cadillac models. Changes to the rear are more subtle, with Cadillac moving reflectors and reshaping the rear bumper.
Changes to the interior of the XT4 are highlighted by the 33-inch curved LED touchscreen display spanning from the dash in front of the driver to the edge of the passenger side of the dashboard. The XT4 adopts the screen straight from the Lyriq and runs Cadillac’s latest infotainment interface—which is based on Google’s Android Automotive software—and features wireless connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Audiophiles and tech enthusiasts should be sated by the addition of a 13-speaker AKG stereo system as an optional extra, and the upgrade of the XT4’s onboard Wi-Fi hotspot to 5G.
A new lineup of 18- and 20-inch wheel designs is available, as are three new exterior paint options: Emerald Lake Metallic, Midnight Sky Metallic and Deep Sea Metallic. Interior styling changes based on selected trim, ranging from piano-black plastics in the Luxury trim, to carbon fiber, wood or aluminum in the Premium Luxury and Sport trims.
Mechanically the 2024 XT4 remains unchanged. The little Caddy is powered by the same turbocharged four-cylinder producing 235 horsepower, no matter the trim, and still pairs with the same nine-speed automatic transmission and front- or all-wheel-drive systems as the outgoing model. During our acceleration test on a 2019 XT4 Sport, the subcompact took a lackluster 7.8 seconds to reach 60 mph, leaving it far behind class competitors like the BMW X1 or Mercedes-Benz GLB250.
Cadillac hasn’t revealed pricing figures yet, but we expect a small bump from the current model to bring the Luxury trim starting around $38,000 and the top two trims starting closer to the $42,000 mark. The new XT4 is scheduled to go on sale this summer, with production taking place at GM’s Fairfax Assembly facility in Kansas.
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