It’s been nearly a year since we first discovered the Cadillac GT4 via a patent image leak in China, and now, General Motors has just officially revealed the all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 in the Asian country.
The automaker released the first images and official information of the all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4, the brand’s upcoming compact crossover that will expand the brand’s lineup in China – the only country where the manufacture and sale of this new model developed by the SAIC-GM joint venture has been confirmed so far. The Cadillac GT4 comes to position itself as the marque’s entry-level utility vehicle, everything indicates that it will remain exclusive for the Chinese market.
Based on the same GM E2 platform that underpins the Cadillac XT4, the all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 stands out for introducing a new low-roof body style for the first time in Cadillac’s crossover lineup, with a bold stance and design proposition that seeks to attract a younger customer profile to the brand. For this reason, the new GT4 adopts a specific naming variant with the GT initials that sets it apart from the other crossovers in the lineup.
Aesthetically, the all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 embraces the latest evolution of Cadillac’s Art & Science design language, with clean lines and streamlined shapes that reinforce its premium character. Highlights include the wide presentation of the shield-type grille and the new lighting signature with slimmer headlamps, which extend horizontally and vertically, giving the crossover a highly distinctive appearance characteristic of Cadillac.
As the spy photos showed, the interior of the 2024 Cadillac GT4 has a design inspired by that of the new Cadillac Lyriq EV, a layout that is gradually being extended to most of the Cadillac model portfolio. The new crossover features a two-tone cabin and a massive 33-inch curved 9K dual-screen panel that will come standard along with the highest level of connectivity. Colors and finishes will vary based on trim level.
The all-new 2024 Cadillac GT4 officially launched on May 28th in China along with two other new Cadillac vehicles during a joint launch event to mark the brand’s 20th anniversary in the Chinese market, as GM Authority reported last week. The new Cadillac GT4 will offer two powertrain options and will be manufactured at the SAIC-GM Dong Yue plant to supply the domestic market in that country.