2024 Cadillac GT4.
These are just a few more pictures of the new Cadillac GT4 for the Chinese market.
While it still seems related to the new Chevrolet Trax and Buick Envista, you can see on the second pic that the new entry-level Cadillac will be available with AWD. Unlike the Chevrolet and Buick. And, as mentioned earlier, it will be much more powerful with a choice of a 1.5 Liter Turbo or 2.0 Liter turbo engine.
It might be an all-new model but to me, it looks a lot like a hatchback version of the CT4 sedan. A car was unveiled almost exactly 4 years ago and was heavily based on the ATS that came out in 2012. This means the “new” GT4 doesn’t really look new at all.
The interior seems really nice with that super wide curved screen. A similar setup is coming to our 2024 XT4. But it should already be in the CT4 and CT5 sedans. And that poor XT6 that never looked great now looks really outdated…
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I wonder if the AWD system is pulled from the Trailblazer in this application. As much as it pains me to say it, it would be popular in the US, but enthusiasts would cry foul over GM returning to badge engineering and it would obliterate the Envista.
You don’t know what badge engineering is. Same car sold by 2 or more divisions with a different badge and usually a different grill and taillights. This car may use platform sharing. Platform sharing is used by many manufacturers like Honda/Acura, Toyota/Lexus and many more.
Everything from every maker these days from Bentley to Kia is badge engineered to varying degrees. It’s the rule, not the exception. To highlight any one company isn’t fair right now.