For the time being, the three optional accent packages introduced for the 2024 Cadillac XT5 during the summer of 2023 are unavailable to order, GM Authority has learned.
It’s not known at this point how long the trio of accent packages, all of which are LPO or dealer-installed options, will remain unable to be ordered on the 2024 Cadillac XT5.
The packages add wheel center caps and body decals in the appropriate color along with several other aesthetic upgrades. They include the Blue Accent Package, identified by RPO code PDL, the Bronze Accent Package (RPO code PDJ) and the Red Accent Package (RPO code PDK). The packages can normally be ordered in conjunction with any exterior paint color and are priced at $2,995.
The 2024 Cadillac XT5 Sport trim is the only trim level for which the packages are currently available. Two other optional add-ons, the Onyx Package (RPO code PDB) or the Onyx Lite Package (RPO code PCP), can’t be combined with the Accent Packages.
The following elements comprise each of the Accent Packages, with body decals and wheel center caps matching the appropriate package color (RPO codes in parenthesis):
- Blue, Bronze or Red body decal, LPO (SB9)
- Monochrome Cadillac emblems, LPO (SFZ)
- 20-inch Gloss Black wheels, LPO (S2K)
- Blue, Bronze or Red wheel center cap, LPO (5ZF or 5ZD)
- Black wheel lug nuts, LPO (SPY)
- Black wheel locks, LPO (SPZ)
- Tire Pressure Monitor, LPO (SD5)
As a reminder, GM dropped three 2023 paint colors from the Cadillac XT5 with the arrival of the 2024 model year. Specifically, The General removed Latte Metallic (color code G5D), Rosewood Metallic (GCK), and Wilder Metallic (GED), while introducing Emerald Lake Metallic (G6I) and Midnight Sky Metallic (GXF) as indirect replacements.
The 2024 Cadillac XT5 is expected to be the final model year for North American production and sale. GM intends to discontinue the nameplate in the North American market entirely after production of the 2024 crossover eventually wraps up.
Meanwhile, plans are in place to launch the second-generation Cadillac XT5 as a China-exclusive model during calendar year 2024. Design and development of the next generation will be carried out exclusively in China as well.
The 2025 Cadillac XT5, already in prototype testing, isn’t planned for North America, as the Cadillac Lyriq will become the indirect successor to the 2024 Cadillac XT5 in North America. However, GM Authority recently learned that the automaker is now considering the second-generation XT5 for the North American market.
For now, production of the XT5 takes place at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee.