A year after they first came out, Cadillac’s two new sport sedans are already in line for some exciting tech, safety, and styling updates. Here’s a look at what you can expect on the 2021 CT4 and 2021 CT5.
For the new model year, both the CT4 and CT5 come equipped with wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. SiriusXM® with 360L is a new option, as is a console-mounted rotary infotainment control knob to help you keep your eyes on the road. You can also opt for a new 12-inch high-definition instrument cluster.
Both models feature a new standard Buckle to Drive warning feature aimed at younger drivers. In 2021, high-end CT4 and CT5 trims will receive Enhanced Super Cruise with Lane Change on Demand. The CT4 is receiving several other safety upgrades, including a Safety Alert Seat and newly standard Front Pedestrian Braking, Automatic Emergency Braking, and Forward Collision Alert.
On the styling front, you can get the CT4 and CT5 in two new paint colors: Rift Metallic and Infrared Tintcoat. V-Series models now feature a Modena leather steering wheel, while the CT4-V has new carbon fiber console trim.
Looking for a more high-performance experience? You can now get V-Series features on the CT5 Sport. The new V Performance package adds Magnetic Ride Control, an upgraded suspension, and a mechanical limited-slip differential to increase your fun behind the wheel. For better stopping power, Sport trims for both cars can now be equipped with Brembo V-Performance front brakes.
The 2021 CT4 and 2021 CT5 are available now, and you can test-drive them right here at Coleman Buick GMC Cadillac in Lawrence Township, New Jersey.