We’ve just gotten our hands on the list of 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing colors. Overall, the new ultra-high-performance luxury sedan will be offered in ten exterior colors.
Eight of the ten colors are extra-charge options, six are metallic, one is a tintcoat, and one is a matte finish. The anticipated additional cost for premium paint options is $625 for metallic options, $1,250 for the tintcoat option, and possibly more for the matte option, though pricing has yet to be confirmed. The matte hue is officially called Dark Emerald Matte, and it is the first-ever matte option for any CT5, Blackwing or otherwise.
While this is the first-ever matte option for any CT5 model, it’s in fact the third matte finish to be offered by Cadillac within the last decade. Crystal White Frost was offered in 2016, and was exclusive to the ATS-V and CTS-V Crystal White Frost Edition models. In 2013, a special run of 100 CTS-V coupes were finished in Silver Frost matte, and the collector-edition models were only offered through select dealers.
2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Colors
In addition to the exterior colors, there are three interior color combinations available. Here are the 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing exterior colors, followed by a list of both interior and exterior color options:
Dark Emerald Green
Orange Blaze Metallic
Satin Steel Metallic
Exterior Color Options – With Pricing
- Dark Emerald Matte (Green)
- Satin Steel Metallic (Gray)
- Summit White
- Black Raven
- Blaze Orange Metallic
- Shadow Metallic (Dark Gray)
- Wave Metallic (Blue)
- Electric Blue (Bright Blue)
- Rift Metallic (White/Gray)
- Infrared Tintcoat
Interior Color Options
- Jet Black with Jet Black accents
- Natural Tan with Jet Black accents
- Sky Cool Gray with Jet Black accents
Notably, any exterior color option may be coupled with any interior color combination. Additionally, customers who opt for standard front bucket seats (RPO code AQ9) will only have Jet Black as an interior option choice. Upgrading to leather seating surfaces with a sueded back panel (RPO code AQJ) opens up the Sky Cool Gray color. Upgrading to the most expensive seat option – semi-aniline leather with custom quilting and carbon fiber back panels – is the only way to open up all three interior color options.
To clarify, there are six interior configurations available, designated by six different RPO codes. However, there are only three different colors available in three different combinations, as shown above. Notably, some of the configurations include a tertiary accent in the form of red piping or stitching, though Cadillac does not use this aspect to identify the color combination, as the identity is based on the primary and secondary hues.
|Color||Cost||Color Code||Touch-Up Paint Number||Interior: Jet Black||Interior: Natural Tan w/ Jet Black||Interior: Sky Cool Gray w/ Jet Black|
|Dark Emerald Matte1||$3,925.00||G7W||WA-620G||A||A||A|
|Satin Steel Metallic2||$625.00||G9K||WA-464C||A||A||A|
|Blaze Orange Metallic2||$625.00||GED||WA-244F||A||A||A|
- 1 – Available at extra charge. Late and limited availability
- 2 – Available at extra charge.
For those who might’ve missed it, the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing made its official debut on February 1st via an online streaming event, with the first 250 pre-orders opening up shortly after and selling out within mere minutes. The high-performance, luxury sedans are set to arrive this summer as 2022 models, though it’s worth highlighting the fact that the Dark Emerald Matte finish is set to have late and limited availability. All other 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing colors are expected to have regular availability.
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