Cadillac built up itself in the extravagance hybrid diversion when it presented the original SRX as a 2004 model. From that point forward, in any case, it hasn’t made any major impact on this class.
At that point comes The XT4, that is a striking articulation that takes the show on any street. You should simply kick back and let it justify itself with real evidence.
Cadillac will offer the XT4 in three trim levels: Luxury, Premium Luxury and Sport. All XT4s come standard with 18-inch wheels, however bigger 20-inch rollers are accessible on Premium Luxury and Sport models
Other standard hardware incorporates LED headlights and taillights, an 8-inch Cadillac User Experience (CUE) infotainment framework (more on that very soon), four USB ports and front-wheel drive.
A 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 motor powers all XT4 models, creating 237 strength and 258 pound-feet of torque. Pressing a fantastic measure of energy into a conservative shape. It’s always ready for whatever adventure is next.
Inside, it’s a greater amount of what we anticipate from Cadillac. Up front is a touchscreen that houses the CUE infotainment framework, and the XT4 is the first Cadillac to come with a rotary control knob in the center console and also comes with 4G LTE Wi-Fi as well as 15-watt wireless smartphone charging.
The XT4’s technology, comfort and convenience features re-set expectations in the class. From its bold design to the curated premium materials, the cockpit of the XT4 has been meticulously crafted with care.
Starting at $35,740 when it hits dealers later this fall, the XT4 is coming with Cadillac’s 2.0L turbo engine and a nine-speed programmed transmission.