A few months ago, GM Authority photographers captured our first glimpse at the refreshed 2024 Cadillac XT4 testing out in the real world. Now, our photographers have captured another unit of the updated luxury crossover, and today, we’re taking a closer look in the following GM Authority Live Photo Gallery.
This particular unit is configured in the Luxury trim level, and painted in the Latte Metallic (color code G5D) paint color, which is available across the entire trim lineup for an additional $625. Notably, this is the first 2024 XT4 we’ve captured coated in this paint color.
Starting with the exterior, the revised front fascia is clearly displayed, which includes the likes of an updated grille design and a new set of LED headlights with signature lighting cues. Up top, this XT4 unit is wearing the longitudinal roof rails with brushed aluminum finish (RPO code V6K), which are optional on Luxury and standard on Premium Luxury models. Finally, the refreshed rear fascia is highly visible, along with exhaust outlets that are hidden under the rear lower valence.
It’s worth noting that Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels feature dual through-fascia exhaust outlets with bright tips.
As for rollers, this particular unit is wearing the Luxury-standard 18-inch Tri five-Spoke alloy wheels with Bright Silver finish (RPO code PXG). Notably, the Premium Luxury boasts a similar set of wheels, the 18-inch Tri 5-Spoke alloy with Pearl Nickel finish (RPO code PYR), however, those feature a darker shade.
Although these photos don’t clearly display the interior, it’s worth noting that the cabin of the 2024 XT4 has been overhauled as well. In fact, the interior now features a 33-inch, 9K-resolution LED color touchscreen, along with an available 14-speaker audio system from AKG, 5G Wi-Fi hotspot capability, and wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto capability.
As far as the powertrain is concerned, the 2024 Cadillac XT4 features the same turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine as the outgoing 2023 model, which is rated at 235 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Output is routed through the GM nine-speed automatic transmission, with both FWD and AWD available to put it to the ground.
Notably, the Chinese-market Cadillac XT4 is also equipped with the LSY engine, but includes a mild hybrid system with 48V technology that adds electric assist, electric idle and regenerative braking, for an overall fuel consumption reduction of five to six percent.