2020 Cadillac CT5: How It Compares in Size and Tech to the CTS



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Sedans aren’t doing too hot right now, with crossovers and SUVs blocking them from buyers’ sight lines like a high kid who thinks they belong on the front row of the class photo. Now that Cadillac’s submitted its lineup with more people-movers like the XT4 and XT6, it’s prepared to try once again with sedans. Here’s more info on the new 2020 Cadillac CT5, and how it’s different from the CTS (and ATS) it changes.

The CT5 makes its main debut at the New York Vehicle Show this week and we understand a bit more about it now. Initially, there are fewer engine options than in the past. The new sedan will feature either a 2.0-liter turbo 4 or a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine, good for 237 or 335 horsepower, depending upon what your heart desires– or what your wallet allows it to.

All of the automobiles include a 10- speed automated transmission, and will send power to the rear wheels unless a buyer spends for the optional four-wheel drive. It can be found in three tastes: High-end, Sport and Premium Luxury. The V6 can be had on the last two.

The Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury trim.

The Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury cut.
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The brand-new nameplate includes new looks that Cadillac calls a “brand-new direction” for its sedan design, which the business refreshingly calls a fastback instead of a “ four-door coupe

What we do understand is that it replaces both the mid-size CTS and the smaller sized, 3 Series-fighting ATS in Cadillac’s lineup. Size-wise, it’s sort of between the two: it has a two-inch longer wheelbase than the CTS but is almost 3 inches shorter total. It’s also two inches wider than the CTS however the specific same height. In the Luxury rear-wheel drive trim, with the four-cylinder engine, the CT5 is 3,660 pounds to a similar CTS’ 3,714

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As far as standard technology and safety features go, the brand-new sedan will get an infotainment screen that determines 10 inches diagonally, remote start, forward accident alert, front pedestrian braking, General Motors’ low-speed forward automatic emergency braking, and a driver’s seat that’ll buzz if the cars and truck finds the risk of a crash.

Anybody who wishes to pay additional can have more safety tech, rubbing front seats, and Cadillac’s Autopilot-rivaling Super Cruise tech. This is the first cars and truck to get Super Cruise beyond the CT6 flagship sedan.

The CT5 Premium Luxury trim.

The CT5 Premium High-end trim.
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The statement said the CT5 will be readily available to order in the fall, but do not begin budgeting yet– rates and other information isn’t out yet, and won’t be till closer to the start of production.

Possibly when that time comes, the brand-new CT5 will be able to steal some of the attention from those irresistible crossovers and SUVs. Or maybe it will not, due to the fact that nobody actually wants to be the one to push the high kid out of the way.

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