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Cadillac CT4 Sedan Set to Make Its Debut Later This Year

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Following the recent reveal of the Cadillac CT5, the next vehicle Cadillac will unveil is its latest smaller sedan entry

The CT5 will be joined by its smaller cousin later this year
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Earlier this week, the 2020 Cadillac CT5 made a surprise debut online. New reports suggest that the next sedan in the Cadillac lineup may not be far behind.

The Cadillac CT4 will reportedly follow the CT5 later this year.

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In an interview with Automotive News, Cadillac President Steve Carlisle stated that the CT4 would also make its official debut later this year. However, specifics for the new sedan’s unveiling, such as an exact date, have not been revealed at this time.

The Cadillac CT5 is set to replace both the ATS and the CTS that are currently a part of Cadillac’s lineup. Meanwhile, the CT4 will slot right below the CT5 in terms of size. Drivers can expect a vehicle around the same size as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class and Audi A3.

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The CT4 and CT5 both ride on the Alpha 2 platform. This platform provides the two sedans with rear-wheel and all-wheel drive.

In terms of exterior aesthetics, the CT4 will greatly resemble its larger CT5 counterpart. The Cadillac CT4 and CT5 represent a new design language for the luxury brand’s sedan lineup.

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Under the hood, the CT4 is rumored to possess a 2.0-liter turbocharged LSY four-cylinder engine. Other engine options could include the 3.6-liter LGX V6 engine.

Outside of that, the Cadillac CT4 remains something of a mystery. Still, as the Cadillac brand is committed to introducing a new vehicle every six months, chances are that Cadillac customers won’t have to wait very long at all for the CT4 to arrive on dealership lots.

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