The 2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing is available with a range of cosmetic options that can enhance the car’s exterior appearance, including three different wheel options. All three 2022 CT4-V Blackwing wheels are aluminum alloys measuring 18 inches in size, while varying in terms of design and finish. In this article, we’ll go over the three different wheel options available for this new ultra-performance sedan and what makes them different from each other.
|Wheel Size (inches)||18||18||18|
|Finish||Alloy with Polished/Dark Android finish||Alloy with Satin Graphite finish||Aluminum alloy with Tech Bronze finish|
The standard wheel option on the 2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing is the 18-inch split multi-spoke aluminum alloy wheel, which carries RPO code R38. These wheels feature a two-tone Polished/Dark Android finish and are the only no-cost wheel available with the vehicle.
Up next is the 18-inch aluminum alloy wheel, which carries RPO code R37. These wheels have the same split multi-spoke design as the RPO R38 wheels, however they have a darker Satin Graphite finish as opposed to a Polished/Dark Android finish. The Satin Graphite finish gives the CT4-V Blackwing a somewhat sportier and more aggressive exterior appearance, in our opinion, which some customers might find is worth the $600 price premium.
Finally, there’s the 18-inch aluminum alloy wheel, which carry RPO code RRR. These wheels feature a stylish Tech Bronze finish and a performance design that appears to pull some inspiration from the world of motorsports. General Motors has not yet revealed the price of these optional wheels, but we’ve been hearing from sources off-the-record that they will be a $1,500 option.
As of this writing, we don’t have any information on the magnesium wheels that GM previously announced for the CT4-V Blackwing, so we’ll be awaiting more information on that front in the coming months, as well.
The Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing is powered by twin-turbocharged 3.6L LF4 V6 engine, which produces 472 horsepower and 445 pound-feet of torque. Power is routed to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission or an optional GM 10-speed automatic.
Pricing starts at $59,995, while the most expensive possible model with all options applied will run buyers $84,875. Deliveries are set to commence in late summer 2021.