The 2024 Cadillac XT4 is set to introduce a mid-cycle refresh for the subcompact luxury crossover, including updates to the exterior and interior, as well as some tech goodies. Now, GM Authority has exclusively learned when production of the XT4 will commence.
Sources close to the matter told GM Authority that the start of regular production (SORP) of the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 is currently scheduled for April 24th, 2023.
In case you haven’t heard, here’s the lowdown on the changes to the luxury crossover. Starting on the exterior, the XT4 will receive a revised front fascia and new lighting arrangement. This updated lighting will include horizontal elements that form the headlights, as well as a vertical string of lights. Out back, the rear fascia was given a more modest revision, with the taillights receiving a slight alteration. The overall design follows Cadillac’s latest design language, and a similar scheme can be seen on the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq.
Moving to the interior, the 2024 XT4 is set to receive a new widescreen digital instrument panel and infotainment screen that is large enough to stretch across the vehicle’s dashboard. This warrants a redesign of the dashboard, which means that the center stack air vents are now located lower than before, positioned below the infotainment screen. Additionally, the steering wheel design will be altered, and includes larger chrome accenting.
Moving onto tech, the mid-cycle refresh introduces the GM Super Cruise option. Originally launched for the Cadillac CT6, GM has been working to expand availability for the semi-autonomous driver assist system over its lineup.
It’s worth noting that the Cadillac XT4 was originally slated to receive a mid-cycle refresh for the 2022 model year, but difficulties arising from the COVID-19 pandemic forced the update to be pushed back a couple of model years.
As for powertrain, 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 and 258 pound-feet of torque. Production will take place at the GM Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas City.