New Cadillac Interior.

While we have already seen the other two, the top photo is new. At least to me…

It actually shows the interior of the new Cadillac GT4, a Chinese market all-new compact model. ( I also wonder if this is based on the new 2024 Chevrolet Trax…).

But the Cadillac XT4 is also supposed to be getting an all-new interior design for 2024. Also inspired by the Lyriq and Escalade interiors. Which will be a serious upgrade from the current XT4 interior. Something the XT6 also desperately needs. As for the XT5, I’m not sure what’s going on here. Cadillac has officially said there will be no new ICE models in the US. It seems like the Lyriq could actually be replacing it in the lineup. (maybe a cheaper version of the Lyriq might be coming up)

Who knows…

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  1. I used to hate the column shifters in the 80s and 90s, they seem anachronistic.. .however, they worked and pretty much everyone knew how to use them regardless of the car makes. They free up console space and they’re easy to use – if GM can standardize the shifter that’s not a bad thing. Prior to covid I had a 90% travel job that had me in a different rental car each week – it was absolutely maddening to see all the varieties of automatic shifters from traditional console ones, rotary, push button, column, toggle console, etc.
    for the life of me I cannot understand why designers decided to re-do the shifter and everyone went in different directions. The most idiotic feature I’ve encountered have been the +/- shift up/down buttons placed either far away on the dashboard or on the top of the shift handle itself.

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