A Closer Look At The 2024 Cadillac XT4 Interior22
The 2024 Cadillac XT4 is set to introduce a full model refresh for the luxury crossover, with a revised exterior design, a new interior, and the latest tech goodies. Now, we’re taking a closer look at the redesigned 2024 Cadillac XT4 interior.
First and foremost, the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 appears to introduce a new curved panel housing that stretches across the dash, incorporating the driver instrument cluster and infotainment touchscreen. We also see a new head-up display housing that looks bulkier than before, while the steering wheel design was also revised and includes larger chrome accenting on the lower spoke.
Also of note are the magnesium wheel-mounted shift paddles, which replace the smaller black paddles offered with previous model years. The center stack air vents are now relocated lower than before, taking up a position below the infotainment screen. The back of the curved panel also appears to incorporate the Cadillac logo, although it’s difficult to make out in these photos.
In terms of tech, the 2024 Cadillac XT4 will offer the GM Super Cruise system, as indicated by the steering wheel and the driver-facing camera behind it. We also see one of the prototypes equipped with a metallic speaker grille on the inside of the A-pillar, which could indicate either a design change, or an entirely new sound system upgrade.
For reference, the current Cadillac XT4 is equipped with an unbranded seven-speaker system (RPO code UQG) as standard, and offers the Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound System with 13 speakers (RPO code UQS) as optional for all trim levels. The metallic speaker grille seen on the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 prototype above may indicate the presence of a Bose Performance Series sound system, which is currently offered for the Cadillac XT5 and Cadillac XT6 and features a similar metallic speaker grille. Alternatively, this grille could indicate a new sound system from an entirely different brand, although it’s unlikely.
The Cadillac XT4 was previously set to receive a model refresh for the 2022 model year, but due to complications stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the refresh was subsequently delayed.
Under the hood, the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 is expected to carry over the same turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine as the current model, with output rated at 235 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm. Production will take place at the GM Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas City.
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That is one ugly nose overhang. Totally UnAmerican
Not to play Can You Top This, but, the overhang on some of the 70s-era Fords was completely nuts.
When you want to be the standard of the world you must not have have the cars with the fugly fwd proportions in the lineup.
Nobody will pay 300k for the car of the brand that has models lIke these.
The proportions of the XT4 and XT5 have always been really cheap and awkward looking.
Not sure what Cadillac is trying to do with this thing. It’s current design is decently styled but is clearly on the wrong chassis (front drive) with an exaggerated front overhang and a weak engine. The price was always insanely high for such an under performing vehicle.
Acura just does crossovers better. So do all the Germans and Volvo.
@member12 “The proportions of the XT4 and XT5 have always been really cheap and awkward looking.” Maybe its just your taste thats not understood here cause both of those cars are beautiful
“Acura just does crossovers better. So do all the Germans and Volvo”
Please enlighten us on how Acura does them better? I truly want to hear this.
I won’t say on the “German” cars, but working at a Volvo store for 6 years now I can say with 100% certainty that Volvo has nice looking vehicles. Now they just need to figure out how to make them reliable. Volvo’s are well made vehicles (safe and good fit/finish), but reliable they are not. Cadillac is just better in nearly every way.
Sounds like a personal opinion not a fact.
“Now they just need to figure out how to make them reliable. ”
Agreed! Back when Volvo got going, and right up into the early 70s, they built sturdy, straightforward cars that were easy to maintain. About the only weakness was the four speed gearbox used in the 544 and the Amazon / 122 series. A bit delicate but not bad.
I had a 544, and one of the rare 122S models with the B16-B engine and 6 volt electricals. Both were sturdy cars that I flogged on pretty hard as I was in my teens. Still, nothing to speak of broke.
Then, they changed direction and went up-market. At least for me, it didn’t work, and for others, the troubles began. Granted, virtually all mid to late 70s cars were dreadful, but Volvo excelled at it.
to his defense, as much as i’d hate to say it, (in terms of the mdx at least) acura offers a sport model of the mdx which is the type s, which to me, is pretty bogus given the fact that the xt6 was supposed to be rwd, and that gm’s idea of a sport trim is to provide “colored calipers” instead of actual performance.
Everyone has this bug up their nose about FWD in anything American, not just Cadillac.
I sure don’t remember all this complaining when SAABs were still being made, or Audis before AWD, or any of the VWs.
Because the price point they go for should be reflected in the product.
They could slap a Bowtie on it and charge 25% less and it would be realistic and just fine.
I guess Cord should have been RWD to reflect its price point? Or, the Oldsmobile Toronado, or later Caddie Eldos?
Total package. They charge a premium for a Cadillac and Kia’s blow them away in the immeneties. So do Mazdas, Hondas…I could go on.
Rwd costs more. So do premium products and interiors. Do you think it’s either? It doesn’t even have a strong powertrain.
Please tell me what KIA is blowing them away with.
Cadillac is known for their advanced AWD system which has a twin clutch setup and the driving modes change the fwd/rwd and torque balance.
Weak powertrain? 10 speed automatic with electronic precision shift and a 2.0l engine with a 3 level camshaft, active thermal management, and a twin scrolling turbo? Peak torque at 1500rpm?
How are the other guys doing it better?
I have a 2021 XT4 and I drive 16K miles per year in the NE in all kinds of weather. I have had Saab, Peugeot, VW, and MB 250 CLA recently. My XT4 is the BEST vehicle I have owned. Nice looking, super comfy, great visualization and ambient light, good infotainment setup. Strong enough engine – MB better there. I love driving it and haven’t had a squeak in 32K miles.
One problem-I have the lowest equipment level and it does not include blind spot warning. THAT SHOULD BE STANDARD ON ALL CADDY TRIMS.
As I posted in another thread on here, this looks to be a great refresh inside and out. Any chance of an optional upgraded motor? This refresh should also apply to the XT6 for 2024. I heard the new XT5 was canceled.
I’d love an xt4-v with a 2.7L motor option like the ct4
The XT4 interior upgrade is very welcomed.
Dabbling in metal speaker grills. Whoa.
You can only make so many creases and angle changes to call it new!
I wish they would go back to simple vertical headlights and taillights. With today’s LED technology, they can easily produce the thin vertical lighting assemblies that the original Art & Science themed concept cars had.