Here Is The 2024 Cadillac XT443
Cadillac just unveiled the fully refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4, debuting a new exterior design, an updated interior, and new tech features.
The changes start with a new front and rear end, the former of which incorporates an updated grille design and new LED headlights with signature vertical lighting cues. The refresh introduces new alloy wheel designs as well, including 18-inch and 20-inch options, plus three new exterior colors, specifically Emerald Lake Metallic, Midnight Sky Metallic, and Deep Sea Metallic. The trim level lineup once again lists out as Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Sport, each of which offers its own unique styling attributes.
Inside, we find an overhauled cabin headlined by a new 33-inch, 9K-resolution LED color touchscreen, the design of which was inspired by the Cadillac Lyriq. The 2024 Cadillac XT4 also offers a 13-speaker audio system from AKG, 5G Wi-Fi hotspot capability, and wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto capability. Customers have a few new interior color and trim choices, with brushed aluminum trim, Piano Black trim, genuine wood, and genuine carbon fiber making the materials list.
More than a dozen safety features are included as standard, with standouts like Blind Zone Steering Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Braking, and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning. Further safety tech features are offered through the Active Safety Package. GM Super Cruise is expected to be rolled out at a later, unspecified date.
As for what’s under the hood, the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 carries over the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine, which is rated at 235 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm. Output is directed through the GM 9-speed automatic transmission, with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive available to put it to the pavement.
Production of the 2024 Cadillac XT4 will kick off in April at the GM Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas City. Pricing information will be released closer to production start, with new units hitting dealers this summer.
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What a boring looking vehicle. A Ford Edge with more tech. You’re basically paying for the computers and a OLED TV.
9K resolution screen? In a car? For what purpose? You’re looking at the DIC, some instrument clusters, and cabin controls — not hooking up an Nvidia RTX 4090 and fragging away zombies.
These unnecessary expenses increasing underlying MSRP are getting to the point of ridiculousness.
The whole CUV segment is boring. They all look the same. The one that does standout from the crowd for its looks, the Bronco Sport, is a terrible little vehicle.
You’re actually not. The base price isn’t much higher than the pre refresh. Also it’s a luxury vehicle doesn’t make sense to complain about a luxury feature from a luxury auto brand.
This is a 33” screen viewed at roughly 2-3’. 33” at 9k works out to 328 pixels per inch; slightly better than a contemporary iPad, but less than a contemporary iPhone. Additionally, the old 8” CUE screen it’s replacing was roughly 200 pixels per inch, and though relatively sharp, the pixels were perceivable at a normal viewing distance; there was room for improvement. In other words, it’s now right around the sweet spot of where increased pixel density would have little to no perceived benefit to the user, but it’s hardly overkill. To further explain: If they had instead spanned the entire dash (say, 60”) and maintained that 9k resolution, it would actually have lower pixel density than the outgoing 8” screen (it would look less sharp).
Just look at that frickin 9K billion color curved scrren art piece and compare it to bmw’s offering of two combined flat thity dollar cheap chinese android tablet screens glued top of the dash like as if a seventh grade science project. Even called it as an afterthought will be a compliment.
A shame that Super Cruise is not offered.
It will eventually get SuperCruise, but not at launch.
GMs always look great until you remember Kia/Hyundai/Genesis exist. Sad
looks great refresh the xt6 and the xt5 add a v series to the five and bring back the ct6 ….
I must say, i’m personally not a fan of placing the headlights in the bumper, but that xt4 looks stunning, inside and out. The front end looks very sporty. if gm is making the next gen acadia w/ the 2.7 L turbo (and still presumably keeping it fwd) then they should put the H-O 2.7 L in this and make it a v. i’d definitely buy one then
If it means fewer headlights in my eyes as a driver of a regular car, it’s fine by me.
If it means I don’t get blinded as much I’ll endorse underglow
Muuuuuuuuuch better looking interior. Hopefully the materials will be up to par as well.
I see we’ve come full circles on the 80s with digital dashboards, with just better screens. Just more disconnect from the driver and car. There’s something to be said for actual, analog gauges… a dash that’s just a screen is boring. I much prefer the mix of the two, like the old XT4.
Except people were slamming Cadillac for still using analog gauges. I don’t understand how digital gauges has any negative effect on one’s connection to the car.
The refresh does look a lot better than the original model inside and out. Also impress with the level of technology that is standard and available for Premium Luxury and Sport. Now the refresh model is competitive and complete to the competition and give them a good run for the money.
The 2.0L Turbo is still offered here, yet has been dropped from the Terrain Denali. The anemic and embarrassing 1.5L Turbo is the only engine offered for the Denali, yet GM still insists that you pay a premium price because it says Denali on the side.
Stunning! It looks more aggressive and sleek at the same time. Love the exterior and interior updates. Love the signature virtual headlamps definitely an eye catcher. I will be looking at purchasing one.
Who in their right mind gave that front fascia the greenlight?!
People with good taste.
But this is the Sport. GM will be unveiling the premium luxury later and it’s will have its own grill and front fascia.
I hate boring crossovers but this is pretty cool.
I just question low cost entry level.
I know others do it for volume like BMW because they don’t have a Chevy or GMC for volume.
I think Cadillac just need to focus on the core products of higher cost and luxury.
So you want to pay more for this? Maybe I didn’t follow your comment, but sounds like you believe GM should charge more. I’m appreciative that it is still relatively affordable.
Gotta say, nice job here, GM. Institutionalizing the OLED dashboard is a nice big move for the MCR, and the front end looks slick. Doing so for the XT4 first will hopefully pay dividends quickly, given the tech-savvy demographic. The XT4/5/6 themselves are mediocre products, but…. Cadillac is finally finding its groove with the OLED dash and Lyriq/Escalade styling themes.
Call me when the carpet, dash, and headliner aren’t black, or better yet, there’s no black at all but the screen. And don’t force me to buy all the options I don’t want to get it that way, as they’ve done with the Platinums.
That’s the point of the Platinum…. If you don’t want all the options then don’t buy the top trim…
But you shouldn’t have to pay $$$ for the options just to get a different color interior. It’s also self-defeating for spreading the manufacturing cost of having more color options. If they’re going to make 100 brown dashes, it will be cheaper to make 10,000. Maybe it’s the dealers who don’t want to carry the extra inventory that comes with more choices.
Unfortunately almost all cars now have all-black interiors. If they offer any color choice at all it is usually just a small sliver of a different color on the seating surface or door card but even at that the majority of the area remains black. I agree, it is a real shame.
It looks great especially the interior. Does it still have cornering lights – one of my favorite Cadillac features!!
Wow. Huge improvement almost GM wasted this as a so-called facelift instead of introducing as a compelte new design.
You negative people are really nuts. This car is stunning! Love the new modern front and that interior is top notch. Cadillac you got it right. This is the proper mid cycle refresh. $hit i want one now. Now apply these same changes to a refreshed XT6
I hope these interior upgrades find their way into the CT4 & CT5 refits! Plus bring back the CT6 would be nice too!
Nice update,but they must replace these fwd based models. XT whatever.
It is not serious when you sell these xt bs and want to sell to sell 200k -300k models at the same time.
Ok now do the CT5! Planning on getting a 24 CT5-V love the new interior and if the fascia follows, should have a nice new snout as well!