Late last year, we reported on the design and detail leak of the upcoming Cadillac GT4 crossover, including a first glimpse at its interior first captured in November. Now, the 2024 Cadillac GT4 has just been seen spotted undisguised in China.
The all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 has been captured without any camouflage, showing the look of Cadillac’s upcoming entry-level crossover for the first time on the streets of the Asian country. This indicates that the Cadillac GT4’s official launch is imminent, and General Motors’ SAIC-GM joint venture in China has already started preparing marketing material for the new model.
In fact, spy photographers spotted two units of the all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 in metallic beige during what appeared to be an official photo shoot and footage to promote the vehicle, as both sported a GT4 nameplate instead of a license plate. The unit captured from the front is dressed up in Premium Luxury trim, while the one that comes out from behind with a two-tone body is the Sport trim.
The new photos confirm that all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 will feature the latest evolution of Cadillac’s design language, while debuting a low-roof shape with proportions never seen before for the brand, giving the crossover a bolder, more youthful character. The GT4 measures 182.4 inches long, 74 inches wide and 60.4 inches tall, riding on a 110.2-inch wheelbase.
For those who don’t already know, the upcoming 2024 Cadillac GT4 is an all-new entry-level crossover that GM is developing under the project code E2QL, revealing that the model is based on the E2 platform that also serves as the foundation for the Cadillac XT4. As such, the GT4 represents a new offering from Cadillac for the compact segment that will sit below the XT4 in the local Chinese market.
The all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 is estimated to make its world debut in the middle of this year in China, the only country in the world where the model has been confirmed so far. This new crossover will be offered with two different powertrains and the units will be manufactured at the SAIC-GM Dong Yue plant alongside the second-generation Buick Envision, which uses the same platform.