The 2020 Cadillac CT5 is Cadillacs 2020 replacement for the very popular Cadillac CTS. With CT5 sneak peeks happening for over a year now, the Cadillac CT5 was first shown in March 2019 with its public introduction coming at the 2019 New York Motor Show.
With an interesting new design, and of course the latest 2020 technology, the CT5 will be a breakthrough Cadillac model for General Motors. The CT5 breaks the mold of a typical three-box sedan with a long deck lid, the CT5 is akin to a fastback sedan, with its tapered roof falling toward the edge of the rear fascia.
Cadillac reveals first-ever CT4-V and CT5-V
Driven by Cadillac’s latest turbocharging technology and building on more than 15 years of performance credentials, the first-ever 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V expand choices for the brand’s V-Series performance sub-brand. Following the 2019 CT6-V, they grow the V-Series family with even more levels of performance, while preserving the lineage established by the original V-Series lineup introduced in 2004.
The first-ever CT4 and recently introduced CT5 represent Cadillac’s realigned sedan portfolio, characterized by new proportions, innovative technologies and more appearance and performance choices. Each is built on Cadillac’s award-winning rear-wheel-drive Alpha architecture, with the V-Series models developed to deliver the ultimate blend of performance, presence and road-going refinement.
Driven by Cadillac’s latest turbocharging technology and building on more than 15 years of performance credentials, the first-ever 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V expand choices for the brand’s V-Series…
We’ve waited a long time for the CT5, the newest kid in Cadillac’s sedan class, and the one that has to choose whether to sit in the seat left vacant by the ATS or the larger CTS.
Expected introduction model year: 2020 Last redesigned model year: none; 2014 for third generation CTS Expected refresh model year: 2023 Expected redesign model year: 2026 (second generation CT5) Expected name: Cadillac CT5 Expected platform: Alpha 2 platform Layout: FR (front-engined, rear-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive) Expected body styles: four-door sedan confirmed; wagon, two-door coupe,
Cadillac #CT4 #CT5 CT5-V uses a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 producing 355 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. That’s 20 hp more than the base CT5, which gets a twin-turbo V6 as an optional extra, but torque is unchanged. Just like the base CT5, the CT5-V will be available only with a 10-speed automatic transmission, with standard rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive.