As GM Authority exclusively reported several weeks ago, General Motors is gearing up for the imminent global debut of the next-gen 2024 Cadillac CT6. To that end, it has shared some teaser images of Cadillac‘s prestige sedan in China.
The automaker has revealed the first official images of the next-gen Cadillac CT6 ahead of the model’s upcoming debut event in China, scheduled for later this month. In fact, the SAIC-GM joint venture has revealed that the all-new 2024 Cadillac CT6 will kick off a major rejuvenation of Cadillac’s internal combustion vehicle portfolio in the Asian country, which will take place concurrently with the luxury brand’s forthcoming onslaught of electric vehicles.
GM’s teasers of the 2024 Cadillac CT6 sedan include a close-up shot of the headlights and grille, along with a silhouette of the side profile. It’s worth noting that we’ve already seen the exterior of the next-gen Cadillac CT6 completely undisguised thanks to some leaked images. Additionally, GM has also released the very first (complete) images of the luxury sedan’s interior.
Aesthetically, the 2024 Cadillac CT6 presents an evolution of the luxury brand’s design language, featuring sleeker lines, a commanding front end, and a new interpretation of Cadillac’s iconic vertical lighting signature. In fact, GM claims that the bodywork of the next-generation CT6 is inspired by the acclaimed Cadillac Escala Concept, complete with athletic proportions, a more planted stance and a steeper, liftback-like D-pillar.
The interior design of the 2024 Cadillac CT6 is much more elegant and tech-laden than that of the outgoing, first-generation model. The new model features the luxury brand’s latest technological advances, headlined by the huge 33-inch OLED 9K curved screen that is quite similar to the debuted by the new Cadillac Lyriq EV. This display, powered by the Qualcom Snapdragon 8155 chip with 5G connectivity, will be standard equipment for the new 2024 CT6.
The next-gen 2024 Cadillac CT6 will make its global debut on May 28 and will officially launch during the second quarter in China, which is expected to remain the only country where GM builds and markets the vehicle. As such, the new iteration of the Cadillac CT6 will continue to be produced at the Cadillac Jinqiao plant in Shanghai to supply the Chinese market.