Offering a Super Cruise for the first time ever, the 2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 Sedans are set to feature a hiked price tag, along with other small updates, such as an optional 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster.
Set to arrive in dealerships this fall, the two new Cadillac models will now offer Super Cruise with automated lane change and add several other tech features, with base prices up a few hundred dollars. First made available with the CT6 in 2017, the Super Cruise model was discontinued, now giving way to the carmaker, who is ready with a Super Cruise for two new models, with automated highway lane changing, alongside several other tech updates and a price hike of up to $400.
As far as the new pricings are concerned, it is reported that the 2021 CT4 will start at $34,390, a $400 jump from the outgoing model year, and the CT5 will start at $37,990, a price hike of $100 compared to last year. The CT4 V-Series also sees a $400 jump, the biggest among all four trims, while on the CT5, no trim sees a price increase of more than $100.
In a first, both the Sedans will feature a plush new Super Cruise, and GM’s hands-free advanced driver-assist system, on Premium Luxury and V-Series models beginning early next year. The recently updated system comes with automated lane changing, which allows drivers to make highway lane changes by tapping the turn signal. Currently, Super Cruise is the only high-speed driver-assist system on the market designed for hands-free driving.
The CT4 and CT5 will also now offer a 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster and come standard with Cadillac’s Buckle to Drive system, which prevents the car from being put into the drive gear until the driver’s seat belt is securely fastened. Both sedans will also offer a new appearance package, “Diamond Sky”, which is available on the Premium Luxury trim, and adds alloy wheels and Brembo V Performance front brakes.
Source: Car And Driver.