Following our recent first look at the Cadillac CT4 with Diamond Sky Metallic paintwork, we now present a live photo gallery of the luxury sedan equipped with the new special edition package and in the new color scheme.
Diamond Sky Metallic is one of two new colors introduced for the 2021 Cadillac CT4, along with Infrared Tintcoat. The new Diamond Sky hue carries color code G9F and touch-up paint code WA-459C, and is available only with the CT4 Diamond Sky Special Edition Package (RPO code WFP).
The Package is in turn available only with the Premium Luxury trim level. It is priced at $2,400, but requires the Climate Package which raises the cost to $3,600 and brings the price of the vehicle up to $42,390, including $1,195 destination charge, when fitted with the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine. That price jumps to $46,290 when equipped with the optional turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B.
Other features of the Diamond Sky Special Edition Package include Brembo V Performance front brakes, all-round blue brake calipers, neutral-density (clear, in other words) tail lights, body-color rocker moldings with black extensions, and 18-inch alloy wheels with Diamond Cut/Midnight Silver finish (RPO code Q7B). A set of 19-inch alloys with Polished/Dark Android Gloss finish (RT8) are available at extra cost. Both sets of wheels are wrapped with all-season run-flat tires. The model pictured here is equipped with the Q7B wheels that are standard on the Diamond Sky Special Edition package.
The clear tail light lenses have until now been offered only on the Cadillac CT4 Sport and the high-performance Cadillac CT4-V (they’ll also be available on the upcoming CT4-V Blackwing). The inclusion of the clear tail light lenses in the Diamond SkypPackage marks their first appearance on the Premium Luxury trim level.
Inside, the Cadillac CT4 Diamond Sky Edition features a set of alloy sport pedals and Centaurus aluminum center console trim. The Package also includes Sky Cool Gray interior upholstery with Jet Black accents and exclusive Diamond Fall custom seat insert perforation.
The current global microchip shortage is affecting production of the Cadillac CT4 at the GM Lansing Grand River plant. Research performed by GM Authority suggest that dealer inventory of the CT4 with the Diamond Sky package is very low, so we recommend checking for availability of CT4 models with the Diamond Sky Metallic paintwork.