Cadillac has updated the XT4 for 2024 with styling revisions and tech upgrades. The 2024 Cadillac XT4 goes on sale this summer, with the price announcement closer to the start of production. The trim lineup for 2024 continues to be Luxury, Premium Luxury and Sport.
The styling revisions can be found mainly on the front fascia where you’ll discover that the headlights are now positioned lower in the bumper—as is the trend these days. The grille has been made larger too, and the lower section of the bumper has been redesigned as well. The side profile remains largely unchanged except for a new set of wheels (18- to 20-inches depending on the trim), while the rear end gets a subtly resigned bumper with vertical reflectors. Three new exterior colors have joined the palette: Emerald Lake Metallic, Midnight Sky Metallic and Deep Sea Metallic.
Inside is where you see some significant changes. The new dashboard is dominated by a rather large 33-inch LED panel that houses both a driver display and a central touchscreen. Other highlights of the 2024 XT4 include 5G Wi-Fi hotspot capability, Google built-in, wireless Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, and Amazon Alexa compatibility.
Standard ADAS include Blind Zone Steering Assist; Rear Cross Traffic Braking; Front Pedestrian and Bicyclist Braking; Following Distance Indicator; IntelliBeam automatic high beam; Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, and Second Row Seat Belt Indicator. The optional Active Safety Package on Premium Luxury and Sport gets you more including Adaptive Cruise Control; Intersection Automatic Emergency Braking; Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking; Reverse Automatic Braking; HD Surround Vision; Rear Pedestrian Alert; Enhanced version of Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning; Side Bicyclist Alert; Speed Limit Assist, and Traffic Sign Recognition.
Moving on to the juicy bits of the story then, the 2024 XT4 in America continues to be powered by a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine with 175 kW (235 bhp/238 metric hp) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft). A 9-speed automatic gearbox drives the front wheels but there’ll also be an all-wheel-drive option.