The Cadillac CT4 first hit the scene for the 2020 model year as an all-new compact luxury sedan, offering sumptuous luxury, clean style, and performance on demand. Now, with the approach of the 2021 Cadillac CT4, GM Authority is here to report that the next model year will add the option for a new all-digital gauge cluster.
The new digital gauge cluster slated for the 2021 Cadillac CT4 replaces the optional 8-inch diagonal color reconfigurable Driver Information Center display offered with the current 2020 model year. The new unit is a large 12-inch diagonal color reconfigurable display, and is offered exclusively via the Technology Package (RPO code CWM). The Technology Package content includes:
- Air Ionizer
- 12-inch diagonal color reconfigurable driver display
- Head-Up Display
The new optional 12-inch diagonal color reconfigurable display offered with the 2021 Cadillac CT4 is only available on Premium Luxury, Sport, and CT4-V trim levels with the Technology Package. The all-digital screen is not available on the base-model Luxury trim.
|Cluster:||Gauge cluster with dual digital Driver Information Center display||Gauge cluster with 8-inch diagonal color reconfigurable Driver Information Center display|
|Cluster:||Gauge cluster with dual digital Driver Information Center display||Gauge cluster with 12-inch diagonal color reconfigurable display|
Like the CT4, the upcoming 2021 Cadillac CT5 will also offer a new 12-inch digital gauge cluster as an available option. So far, no photos of the new screen are available, but for reference, we have included an image of the current 2020 Cadillac CT4 infotainment setup.
The addition of a new all-digital gauge cluster as an available option for the 2021 Cadillac CT4 makes perfect sense when judged by the CT4’s competition, most of which already offer digitized instrumentation. What’s more, the CT4 features General Motors’ latest Global B electronic architecture, which makes digital instrumentation even more of a no-brainer. Finally, J.D. Power recently ranked Cadillac third in its recent Tech Experience Index study, and as GM’s technology leader, the Cadillac brand should pack in all the digital goodies it can muster.