Last month, we shined a light on the little known Cadillac XT4 Midnight Sport Package, which improves the crossover’s look considerably thanks to a unique grille treatment and model-specific alloy wheels. Now we’re turning our attention to a lesser-known appearance package available for the Cadillac XT6: the Radiant Package.
The Radiant Package adds the following equipment to the Cadillac XT6 (the production code for each add-on is included in parentheses):
- 20-inch polished wheels (S1R)
- Bright grille with Galvano surround (SJB)
- Illuminated cargo sill plate (5RU)
We’ve included images of the 2020 Cadillac XT6 both with the Radiant Package (pictured right) and without it (pictured left) in this article to show exactly what this package adds. As we can see from the photos, the Radiant Package adds some more chrome to the XT6’s exterior and larger wheels, giving it a classier, more upscale appearance. Our example car is painted Dark Mocha Metallic, which contrasts nicely with the bright chrome to really make it pop.
The Radiant Package (which carries the production code PDV) is only available on the Premium Luxury trim level for the Cadillac XT6. The package is an LPO-level option, which means the price is factored into the overall vehicle pricing, finance, and lease rates, but the parts are actually installed by the dealer prior to delivery to the customer.
Additionally, the Radiant Package is not available with the available Gloss Black grille with Black surround (production code SJA) or any of the other LPO-level wheels available with the crossover. The package will add $2,995 to the price of a 2020 Cadillac XT6 Premium Luxury, which starts at $53,690 before taxes, title or available dealer incentives.
The 2021 Cadillac XT6 is expected to arrive in Q3 of this year, at which point some new appearance packages and other options may be introduced for the three-row crossover. For now, though, XT6 buyers can improve the look of the crossover with the available Radiant Package.
This post was written in collaboration with our sister publication, Cadillac Society.