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Old 03-18-2019, 06:35 AM   #1
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Jamie L. LaReau, Detroit Free Press Published 12:01 a.m. ET March 18, 2019
Cadillac is committed to sedans despite the growing consumer preference for SUVs and pickups.

To prove it, the General Motors luxury brand is bringing two new sedans to market and revealing one, the CT5, through a social media campaign online Monday.

The other, a smaller sport sedan called the CT4, will be revealed later in the year and land in Cadillac showrooms in 2020.

"We're committed to sedans. If you look at who buys a sedan today, they're SUV and crossover rejecters," Cadillac President Steve Carlisle said at a media lunch last week.

The demand for sedans is growing at "a considerable rate" among customers in China, which is the world's largest market and a strong driver of Cadillac's global sales, Carlisle said.

"So we have to look at that too," he said. "We grew marketshare last year in four out of six sedan models," he added.

Cadillac plans to launch a new vehicle every six months through 2021.

Driver's dream

Cadillac will show the CT5 at the New York International Auto Show, which runs April 19-28. The CT5 in effect replaces the CTS sedan, which is reported to end production at Lansing Grand River Assembly in June. GM has invested $211 million at the Lansing plant to build the CT5 there.

A Cadillac top designer called the CT5 sedan "a car lover's dream" with all-wheel drive, 10-speed automatic transmission and a standard 2.0-liter turbo-charged engine. It is also available in a 3.0-liter Twin-Turbo engine.

Cadillac is not yet releasing pricing or a date for when the car will go on sale. The 2019 CTS started at $46,995.

The exterior design of the CT5 is meant to be bold and dynamic with a wide, aggressive "stance" and big wheels. It uses LED lighting in the vertical headlamps for a dramatic and "signature" look, said Andrew Smith, Cadillac's executive director of global design.

"The sedan becomes a driver's car," said Smith. "It's got great proportions, it's really, really wide. Like the XT6 (SUV) it has an aggressive front for the sport version" with all black instead of chrome accents.

The interior design will reflect "a passion for driving," but be spacious for comfort too, Smith said.

The driver-centric cockpit offers high tech controls. Cadillac will offer the new sedan in luxury and sport models.

Digital launch a sensory experience

The CT5 is Cadillac's first "digital-first launch," Carlisle said. The idea is to present the new car to new consumers by sharing a series of videos about the CT5 in the lead up to the car's public debut In New York. Carlisle said the video on social media will use "autonomous sensory meridian response" to give viewers a sensory experience as to what it's like to be in and around the CT5.

ASMR is a recent Internet craze and it was used in many Super Bowl spots. Basically, it is when video is so vivid the viewer can hear, for example, the burning ashes of a cigarette as a person inhales it or the pop of a soda can when it's opened. ASMR usually elicits a tingling, often-pleasurable sensation people might feel from sounds or visuals that please the brain.

"We have an abundance of different noises and senses we can convey through ASMR video," Carlisle said.

The CT5 “Sensory Symphony” video series is on Cadillac’s YouTube page and social media channels Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

The videos focus on distinct sounds such as the rev of the CT5’s available 3.0-Liter Twin Turbo engine, audio from its Bose Performance Series speakers and the whisper of its custom black-and-white camouflage wrap slowly being peeled away to reveal the new sedan’s exterior.

“The Cadillac CT5 is meant to overwhelm all of the senses, and that’s why we’re using ASMR-style videos to showcase its features,” said Deborah Wahl, Cadillac chief marketing officer in a media statement. “The ‘Sensory Symphony’ videos are designed to convey for viewers the same satisfying feeling that arises from driving this car.”

Cadillac will feature a new video each week leading up to the New York auto show, culminating in a “Sensory Symphony” video of vehicle sounds April 16.

“Sound leaves a lasting impression,” said Brandon Vivian, Cadillac executive chief engineer. “With standard sound optimization and active noise cancellation, our goal is to deliver a world-class cabin experience with a Cadillac-exclusive curated sound library.”

Ongoing ad strategy

Last year, Cadillac sold 382,184 cars globally, a record figure not seen since 1978, Carlisle said. While much of the growth came from China, he is predicting "double-digit" percentage sales growth in the United States this year as the brand targets its marketing toward younger customers new to the brand.

"We're going for a more youthful, vibrant, colorful and fun advertising and back to our musical roots," said Carlisle.

Cadillac also will do more performance marketing around the CT5 and its other new vehicles such as the XT4 compact SUV that went on sale last fall and the XT6 mid-sized SUV revealed at the Detroit auto show in January.

Performance marketing is advertising that can be measured. One such example was Cadillac offered consumers a $100 voucher with Ticketmaster for test driving a Cadillac vehicle. The result was "over 71 percent of the people who participated in that program are conquest customers," said Carlisle.

Cadillac recently advertised heavily during the Oscars on Feb. 24 with measurable success, he said. Cadillac searches rose by 46 percent that day and the brand reached a younger audience given that 90 percent of Oscar viewers are under age 55, he said. Also, Cadillac dealer website traffic rose 24 percent and Cadillac got 1.2 million views on YouTube within 48 hours of the Oscars, Carlisle said.

"Part of it had to do with the ads and a lot of it had to do with the social activation," said Carlisle.



Cadillac will continue the strategy advertising next during professional golf tournaments such as the Masters Tournament in mid-April.
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The 2020 Cadillac CT5 is here, and it's not a tweener sedan. After having done battle with the luxury sedan world through cars that were either too large or too small, Cadillac is using the CT5 to take direct aim at the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4, Alfa Romeo Giulia and Mercedes C-Class. Specifically, the CT5 replaces the CTS, but takes on vehicles one class smaller than what the CTS did. So, let's take a look at what Cadillac is bringing to the table.

To begin, GM knows it has a winner on its hands with the Alpha platform used on the CTS and ATS and the Camaro, so engineers adapted it to the CT5. This seems like a great start, because we all happen to love the driving dynamics from vehicles on this chassis. The wheelbase is a couple inches longer than the CTS, but the CT5 is a couple inches shorter in overall length. As a result, the wheels get pushed toward the corners of the car, leaving the CT5 with relatively short overhangs in the front and rear.

It looks different than both of the to-be-discontinued Cadillac sedans, but we wouldn't call it revolutionary. The rear end isn't quite a "sportback," but it's a "faster" shape, eschewing a traditional sedan's long decklid for a sloping-roof look instead. This shape does come at the expense of rear seat headroom, but we'll dive into the interior later.
We got a little preview of the powertrain setup before this official reveal, but details were scarce. The base engine is the recently new 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder found in the Cadillac XT4. Just as it did in that vehicle, this engine makes 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. While it might be down on power compared to the old 2.0-liter in the ATS (272 horsepower and 295 pound-feet) we found it to be incredibly smooth, refined and not lacking in thrust compared to the old unit. We're sure the four-pot will offer sufficient power for the CT5, but the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 is lying in wait. This engine makes 335 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission and can be had in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive in every configuration. So yes, you can get the V6 with rear-wheel drive, thankfully. Cylinder deactivation is also equipped to both these power units — the four-banger is able to run on two cylinders, while the V6 drops to four. Cadillac was entirely transparent about its new pumped-in engine sound strategy, too. They seem to be rather proud of the noise that will be playing over your speakers, but we'll be the judge of the sound these engines make upon driving them.

Cadillac says that the suspension is an "evolution of its previous sedans." Plenty of changes and improvements have been made to enhance comfort and handling, but it uses the same MacPherson-type front suspension and five-link independent rear design as the CTS. Cadillac touts new ZF dampers, but there's no talk of GM's MagneRide yet. Expect it to be on a future version of this car with a "V" involved. Cadillac only provided the curb weight for one version of the car, which happens to be a four-cylinder with rear-wheel drive. It weighs 3,660 pounds, and it'll only go up from there. That's nearly identical to a similarly equipped old CTS, and 200 pounds more than the ATS.

The simple two-trim path Cadillac has used for all of its recent cars is being applied to the CT5. Buyers will have the choice between the "Luxury" and "Sport" trims. Differences among the two are mostly aesthetic, but there are some tangible reasons to go for the Sport. That trim makes big Brembo front brakes standard, gives you different seats with bigger bolsters and also a different steering wheel with magnesium shift paddles behind it. Besides that, you'll be able to tell it's a Sport due to a different mesh grille design, lower rocker extensions, different 19-inch wheels, clear taillights, a spoiler and real carbon fiber trim on the interior. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the wood grain of the Luxury model, though. We asked Cadillac if there's any difference in the Sport's suspension tuning, and were only told that the Sport and Luxury are "similar." Perhaps Cadillac will tell us more soon.

This interior is a big step up from the CTS and ATS. There's no trace of Cadillac's CUE system anywhere, replaced by a much more traditional and easy-to-use setup. A massive-looking 10-inch screen perches atop everything, and it's controllable via touch or a rotary controller on the console. Cadillac wants this interior to compare favorably to its German competitors, and this isn't a poor effort. If you look really closely, there are some physical buttons and menus in the infotainment system that are pretty Chevy-like, but this appears to be a Cadillac through-and-through. Both 18-way adjustable front seats are heated, cooled and massaging. Super Cruise is finally making its way into a vehicle that isn't the CT6, too. It won't be available when the CT5 initially launches, but we're told it will be available sometime in the 2020 calendar year on this model. Integration into other models will follow next year, as well.

Then Cadillac had a neat idea that it gave a stupid name: The "phone shrine." This nook found right in front of where the center console opens gives you a secure and out-of-the-way place to put your phone. It can't slide around anywhere, because the nook is vertical, unlike the many horizontal phone holders found in cars today. There's a passthrough into the center console where you can run your phone charger through, meaning you're free of wires cluttering the area. It really is a great idea, but let's drop the "phone shrine" name, guys.

It's a mixed bag in the rear seating area. On the positive side, there's plenty of legroom for the class. But as we alluded earlier, the sloping roof really cuts into headroom. My head was nearly grazing the roof, and I'm only 5'10". Anyone in the middle seat will be squeezed, as the tunnel rises up pretty high in the back.

Pricing isn't available for the time being, but we were told to expect it to land right in the thick of 3 Series, A4 and C-Class territory. Cadillac says those interested will be able to order the new Caddy sedan this fall.

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

The CT5 makes its official debut at the New York Auto Show this week and we know a little more about it now. First, there are fewer engine options than before. The new sedan will come with either a 2.0-liter turbo four or a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine, good for 237 or 335 horsepower, depending on what your heart desires—or what your wallet allows it to.

All of the cars come with a 10-speed automatic transmission, and will send power to the rear wheels unless a buyer pays for the optional all-wheel drive. It comes in three flavors: Luxury, Sport and Premium Luxury. The V6 can be had on the last two.

The Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury trim.

The new nameplate comes with new looks that Cadillac calls a “new direction” for its sedan design, which the company refreshingly calls a fastback instead of a “four-door coupe.”

What we do know is that it replaces both the mid-size CTS and the smaller, 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 three inches shorter overall. It’s also two inches wider than the CTS but the exact 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 new sedan will get an infotainment screen that measures 10 inches diagonally, remote start, forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking, General Motors’ low-speed forward automatic emergency braking, and a driver’s seat that’ll buzz if the car detects the risk of a crash.

Anyone who wants to pay extra can have more safety tech, massaging front seats, and Cadillac’s Autopilot-rivaling Super Cruise tech. This is the first car to get Super Cruise beyond the CT6 flagship sedan.

The announcement said the CT5 will be available to order in the fall, but don’t start budgeting yet—pricing and other information isn’t out yet, and won’t be until closer to the start of production.

Perhaps when that time comes, the new CT5 will be able to steal some of the attention from those irresistible crossovers and SUVs. Or perhaps it won’t, because no one really wants to be the one to push the tall kid out of the way.
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Could the 500-plus-hp Blackwing V-8 make its way under the hood of Cadillac's newest sports sedan?

Cadillac has suggested that a high-performance version of the new 2020 CT5 sedan may be happening.
The CT5-V could possibly use Cadillac's twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8, called "Blackwing."
We don't know when the CT5-V will arrive, but we would expect to hear more within the next year or so.
It's all but confirmed that a V version of the new Cadillac CT5 sedan is in the cards. During a media presentation, Cadillac product marketing director Jason Sledziewski alluded to the idea that a high-performance variant of the new sedan is forthcoming. He also said that sedans are an important part of Cadillac's business because they allow it to continue building a reputation for performance-oriented vehicles like the outgoing ATS-V and CTS-V.

Cadillac's V lineup is lacking in terms of product these days: the ATS-V and CTS-V ended production, and the V-8–powered CT6-V, which was originally planned as a V-Sport model, doesn't seem to have gotten the full performance treatment like its forebears.

While Cadillac said that it isn't ready to talk about the potential CT5-V's engine, the company's Blackwing twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8, which is already in the CT6-V, seems like the most logical choice. In the CT6-V, it makes 550 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, which would blow vehicles like the 444-hp BMW M3 and the 503-hp Mercedes-AMG C63 S out of the water. It's also possible the CT5-V could use an upgraded version of the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 that's already offered in the standard CT5; it makes just 335 horsepower in the CT5, but this same engine produces 404 horsepower in the CT6, so it's possible that Cadillac could tune it for a high-performance application. We can assume that a CT5-V would also benefit from a stiffer suspension setup, upgraded brakes, and extra visual aggression to set it apart.

We look forward to hearing more from Cadillac about the CT5-V when the company is ready to officially acknowledge its existence in the near future.
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High-Performance Cadillac CT5-V Might Be Coming

Within just a few hours of the new Cadillac CT5's debut, rumors are already swirling about a high-performance V-badged variant that would sit at the to top of the range. Product marketing director Jason Sledziewski allegedly hinted at the possibility of the more potent model while presenting the CT5 to the motoring media, according to Car and Driver.

There are no other details about the CT5-V at this time, but the possibility of the model is hardly a surprise. The CT5 replaces the CTS in Cadillac's lineup. Therefore a CT5-V as a successor to the CTS-V is only natural.

Spy shots (above) from October 2018 possibly provide an early look at the CT5-V. The test mule is under the skin of a heavily modified CTS-V. It features extended fenders at both ends and an unpainted rear bumper.

Where the current CTS-V uses a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 making 640 horsepower (477 kilowatts) and 630 pound-feet (855 Newton-meters) of torque, rumors suggest the CT5-V could use a version of Cadillac's 4.2-liter twin-turbo V8 that goes under the brand name Blackwing. The powerplant makes 550 hp (410 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) in the upcoming CT6-V, but the output in the CT5-V would likely be different so as not to compete with its bigger sibling.

The standard trims of the CT5 will go on sale this fall, so the V won't arrive until 2020 at the absolute soonest. At launch, the new sedan will be available with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder making 237 horsepower (177 kilowatts) and 258 pound-feet (350 Newton-meters) of torque or a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 with 335 hp (250 kW) and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque. Both will come with a 10-speed automatic and a choice of standard rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive.

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Cadillac has suggested that a high-performance version of the new 2020 CT5 sedan may be happening.

The CT5-V could possibly use Cadillac's twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8, called "Blackwing."

We don't know when the CT5-V will arrive, but we would expect to hear more within the next year or so.

UPDATE 5/3/19: New spy photos show a prototype of what might be the CT5-V, or at least a higher-performance version of the 2020 CT5 sedan. The key hints include quad exhaust tips out back and extra vents in the front grille that are meant to increase airflow. We're certain that there's some sort of more powerful engine underhood, and we look forward to hearing more about this hotted-up CT5 as Cadillac continues development.

It's all but confirmed that a V version of the new Cadillac CT5 sedan is in the cards. During a media presentation, Cadillac product marketing director Jason Sledziewski alluded to the idea that a high-performance variant of the new sedan is forthcoming. He also said that sedans are an important part of Cadillac's business because they allow it to continue building a reputation for performance-oriented vehicles like the outgoing ATS-V and CTS-V.

Cadillac's V lineup is lacking in terms of product these days: the ATS-V and CTS-V ended production, and the V-8–powered CT6-V, which was originally planned as a V-Sport model, doesn't seem to have gotten the full performance treatment like its forebears.

While Cadillac said that it isn't ready to talk about the potential CT5-V's engine, the company's Blackwing twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8, which is already in the CT6-V, seems like the most logical choice. In the CT6-V, it makes 550 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, which would blow vehicles like the 444-hp BMW M3 and the 503-hp Mercedes-AMG C63 S out of the water. It's also possible the CT5-V could use an upgraded version of the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 that's already offered in the standard CT5; it makes just 335 horsepower in the CT5, but this same engine produces 404 horsepower in the CT6, so it's possible that Cadillac could tune it for a high-performance application. We can assume that a CT5-V would also benefit from a stiffer suspension setup, upgraded brakes, and extra visual aggression to set it apart.

We look forward to hearing more from Cadillac about the CT5-V when the company is ready to officially acknowledge its existence in the near future.
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Top-Spec Cadillac CT5-V Will Have Supercharged 6.2L V-8

The highest-performance Cadillac was expected to get the Blackwing turbo V-8 but apparently can only fit the 6.2-liter supercharged V-8, sources say.

We hear that the new high-performance V version of the Cadillac CT5 won't have the engine we were expecting.

Instead of the twin-turbo 4.2-liter Blackwing V-8 we anticipated, the new sports sedan will use the same supercharged 6.2-liter as its predecessor the CTS-V.
The name of this upcoming CT5-V variant is still unclear, but it will likely arrive later this year.

The new top dog in the Cadillac CT5-V lineup will have a V-8 engine, but not the one we were expecting. Instead of Cadillac's twin-turbocharged 4.2-liter V-8, nicknamed Blackwing, this high-performance sedan is likely to have the same supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine as its predecessor the CTS-V, according to a source familiar with the project.


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Videos of CT5-V prototypes testing seem to support this. While we can't quite make out a distinct supercharger whine, the raspy engine note we hear as these sedans accelerate is far more similar to the small-block V-8 sound we recognize from the old CTS-V and the Chevy Camaro ZL1 that also uses this LT4 engine. And, hey, we're not complaining—this engine is awesome and made a whopping 640 horsepower in the CTS-V, meaning the CT5-V is shaping up to be an equally impressive performance machine.

We think that packaging is the key reason behind this decision. Because of the Blackwing V-8's double-overhead-cam design, it's taller and wider than the pushrod 6.2-liter V-8, meaning it may not fit easily between the strut towers of the CT5, which uses GM's Alpha platform. The Blackwing V-8's only application so far is in the now defunct CT6-V, which rides on a different, larger platform called Omega. We haven't heard rumors of any other applications for this engine, so disappointingly this new V-8 may go the way of the CT6 and never be heard from again.

A higher-performance CT4-V is also on its way, and video footage confirms our earlier speculation that this will have a twin-turbocharged V-6, likely the same 3.6-liter unit from the ATS-V.

Both of these V sedans will clearly sit at the top of their respective lineups, although we still don't know what Cadillac will call them to set them apart from the current CT5-V and CT4-V models. The naming scheme has gotten confusing, as Cadillac is now designating these medium-performance models as V-series variants and hasn't yet announced names for the upcoming range-topping performance models. We should hear more about these high-performance Cadillac V sedans later this year.
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What’s it going to be, Cadillac?

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There’s been a lot of talk regarding what the top-dog Cadillac CT5-V will hide under the hood, with the likely candidate being Caddy’s new Blackwing 4.2-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine. A recent report, however, suggests that the CT5-V range-topper will indeed get a V-8 engine, but it won’t be Blackwing-badged. It’s safe to say we didn’t expect that, but for now, we’re also taking this with a pinch of salt until official word comes from Cadillac to confirm or deny the rumors.

Will the Cadillac CT5-V HAve a 6.2-Liter V-8?

The Range-Topping Cadillac CT5-V Will Have a V-8, But Not the One You Want
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According to Car and Driver, the highest-performance version of the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V will pack a V-8 engine, but it won’t be the 4.2-liter Blackwing twin-turbocharged V-8. Instead, Cadillac is reportedly going to use the supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 powerplant found inside the CTS-V, as per “a source familiar with the project.”

The same outlet argues that the reason behind Cadillac favoring the 6.2-liter unit has to do with space in the engine compartment.

More precisely, the Blackwing V-8’s double-overhead cam design makes the unit taller and wider compared to the pushrod 6.2-liter, and thus incompatible with the GM Alpha platform that underpins the CT5.

The Range-Topping Cadillac CT5-V Will Have a V-8, But Not the One You Want
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If that’s the case, then rest assured that the 6.2-liter won’t make the high-performance CT5-V a slouch. In the CTS-V, the supercharged V-8 pumped out 640 horsepower and 630 pound-feet of torque, which is more than the new BMW M5’s 600 horsepower. The only drive configuration available involved an eight-speed auto transmission and rear-wheel drive, which is something we’re expecting to see in the souped-up CT5-V as well, along with massive Brembo brakes.

The Blackwing V-8 (currently found in the CT6-V), on the other hand, relies on hot-vee twin-turbocharging to extract 550 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque, although reports have surfaced online claiming torque is actually higher than advertised, at 640 pound-feet.

The Range-Topping Cadillac CT5-V Will Have a V-8, But Not the One You Want
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Your regular 2020 Cadillac CT5-V comes with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 with dual overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. Power is 355 horsepower at 5,600 rpm while torque comes in at 400 pound-feet between 2,400 and 4,400 rpm. These get sent to either the rear axle or both of them through a Hydra-Matic 10L80 ten-speed automatic transmission.

Other than what engine will sit inside the amped CT5-V, the car’s naming remains a mystery. Cadillac has been using the V letter on medium-performance versions, so it’s only logical that the top-performance models get another badge for better differentiation.
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2020 Cadillac CT5 Sport Is Good But Not Quite 2020 BMW 330i Good

Cadillac’s product strategy in recent years has puzzled many, especially when it comes to its sedans.

It’s hard to explain what GM’s luxury brand wanted to achieve with the many changes it made to its sedan lineup recently. However, the guys from Throttle House probably make the best presentation of Cadillac’s strategy (or lack thereof) in the hilarious introduction to their 2020 Cadillac CT5 review.

Mind you, the CT5 is not reviewed in isolation but in a direct comparison with the BMW 3 Series, the compact luxury sedan’s segment benchmark. At the beginning of the video, James tries to explain to Thomas why comparing the bigger CT5 to the 3 Series actually makes sense, but the message didn’t seem to go through.

Anyway, the Cadillac CT5 Sport they tested may be closer in size to a BMW 5 Series but the pricing places it in the same region as the 3 Series. Actually, this particular 2020 BMW 330i costs around CA$7,000 (US$5,215) more than the CT5 Sport, which is not only bigger but also much better equipped.

On paper, the Cadillac CT5 seems to have this in the bag even before firing its 2.0-liter turbo-four engine. But reviews don’t work like this so Thomas and James drove the two luxury sedans back to back to see which one is better. Right off the bat, the Cadillac’s 237 HP 2.0-liter turbo-four seems slow and dull, with the 10-speed automatic transmission not sharp either.

The 330i, on the other hand, presents a much better engine-transmission combo. The BMW’s 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder makes 255 HP and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque, 18 HP and 37 lb-ft (50 Nm) more than the Caddy. The eight-speed automatic transmission is much smoother and quicker, so the CT5 clearly loses in this department. So what about the other areas? You need to watch the video below to find out.

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So it’s another crap GM product?
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Behind the scenes, Cadillac is working feverishly on its upcoming battery electric vehicle programs, such as the Lyriq crossover and Celestiq sedan. Despite its new-found commitment to EVs, though, its V-Series performance sub-brand remains focused on the hairy-chested internal combustion engines it has become known for.

The next level Cadillac CT5-V, a car that is evidence of the brand’s continued to commitment to ICE performance cars, was recently spotted testing on public roads ahead of its planned debut later this year. The ultra-high-performance sedan will feature more aggressive exterior styling, as proven by the prototype’s reshaped front fascia, which features a larger grille and deeper splitter. Unlike other next-level Cadillac CT5-V prototypes we’ve spotted, this car does not feature a hood extractor and does not have vertical vents behind the front fenders – although the fender vents may simply be covered up by the black and white camouflage. Out back, the prototype features wider wheels and tires and black-painted quad-exhaust tips, but is otherwise identical to a standard CT5-V.

Power for the next level Cadillac CT5-V will come from General Motors‘ familiar supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 V8 engine. The LT4 currently serves in the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, where it produces a stout 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. The standard Cadillac CT5-V, by comparison, features a twin-turbo 3.0L LGY V6 and produces 355 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. The LT4 engine will link up to GM’s 10-speed automatic transmission, but rather surprisingly, a six-speed manual will serve as the base transmission. It’s not yet clear if AWD will be offered as an option, but if we had to guess, we’d say the hardcore CT5-V will be RWD only.



Inside, the next level Cadillac CT5-V will feature a sports steering wheel with a red 12 o’clock marking, carbon fiber and aluminum trim and, crucially, heavily bolstered bucket seats. The sports steering wheel will also feature a dedicated V-Mode button, which gives the driver quick and easy access to the sedan’s most performance-focused driving settings.

Look for The Cadillac CT5-V to make its debut sometime later this year, with an on-sale date in 2021.
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I’m watching Saturday morning cartoons with my 2 year old daughter, and she just saw a picture of this, pointed at it, and said, “Ugly car!” I’m sorry, GM, I’m not a customer now.
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GM business model.

Make every single version of all our sedans suck balls, but then make a barn storming V series that 99% of the people want but cannot afford.

GM needs to just die.
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Kirk Bell July 27, 2020
Ever since the release of the Catera for the 1997 model year, Cadillac has been trying to build a European-style sport sedan that will convince buyers Cadillac isn’t just another stodgy also-ran.

Cadillac’s attempts have gotten better and better since a slow start with the Catera. The CTS followed in 2002 and was closer to the mark, though it lacked the interior quality to compete with the likes of Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. The second- and third-generations of CTS were good cars but not German good. The last CTS was every bit as accomplished dynamically as a BMW 5-Series, but it cost too much and its engines couldn’t match those of German m crossover SUV is killing sedan sales and nameplates.

Cadillac has also had a problem sticking with a consistent marketing message. The 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is a prime example. The V name used to mean buyers were getting a full-on track star, with a big engine, big brakes, and plenty of cooling. Cadillac worked hard to make the V name equate to BMW’s M or Mercedes’ AMG. Buyers who were interested in the half measure could go with a V Sport model, just like BMW’s M Sport, for modest power and performance upgrades. Now V equals V Sport and Blackwing equals V, even though Cadillac’s one-and-done Blackwing engine isn’t part of the equation. Got that? No? Who would?

That’s too bad because the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is one fine automobile.

The CT5-V is the current line-topper before a CT5-V Blackwing arrives, likely as a 2021 model. The CT5-V features an upgraded engine to compete with the inline-6s from Mercedes and BMW. While the base engine is a new 2.0-liter turbo-4 that makes 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, the CT5-V draws its motivation from a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 that conjures up 360 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic is the lone transmission, and buyers can choose from rear- or all-wheel drive.

The twin-turbo V-6 offers plenty of gusto. Its torque arrives low in the rev range like a rolling wave to slingshot the car off the line. The 0-60 mph sprint takes just 4.6 seconds, according to Cadillac, a figure that feels right based on a few on-ramp runs up to freeway speed. At speed, passing power is also just a matter of a few millimeters of throttle pedal travel, thanks to the quick-shifting 10-speed.

However, the sound is neither refined nor gutsy. The twin-turbo V-6 drones quietly in the background when cruising, but sings an alto wail when pushed. It’s neither as smooth nor as melodious as inline-6s available from competitors, but it feels as powerful.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Alpha bits

Cadillac didn’t have to play catch up with the CT5’s structure. Based on the excellent Alpha platform from the CTS, ATS, and Camaro, the CT5’s structure is merely tweaked instead of revamped. The Alpha platform was already plenty stiff and its double-pivot MacPherson strut front suspension and five-link independent rear suspension already did a good job of locating the tires for excellent grip and road feel.

This time around, Cadillac concentrated on stiffening the suspension-to-body mounts, and improving ride quality and noise, vibration, and harshness. Much of that involved changing bushings to provide softer suspension tuning without giving up steering precision and handling.

These changes, teamed with the CT5’s sport-tuned suspension, well-tuned electric assist power steering, and standard adaptive and adjustable magnetic dampers, create the kind of ride and handling balance I like in a car. Feel and responsiveness are king. Ride quality and noise reduction are subservient to those goals, but the CT5-V is never too firm or too loud. The magnetic dampers do a great job of smoothing out the ride while enhancing handling. Softer would be more comfortable but less interesting.

The CT5-V weighs almost 4,000 pounds, so there is some lean through corners, but it’s controlled and the right amount of lean is read as feedback instead of tippiness. The front wheels go where I point them, and the tail follows along dutifully. The front end’s response to my steering inputs is immediate, the wheel tells me what’s going on at road level, and the steering is quick but stable on center without being twitchy.

The CT5-V is more agile than its size and weight would suggest, too, aided by a standard electronically controlled limited-slip rear differential and sticky P245/40R19 Michelin Pilot 4S summer-performance tires.

Four-piston front Brembo brake calipers clamp down on 13.6-inch discs to arrest the speed the CT5-V invites. The brakes work well for the street, but the rear brakes use single-piston calipers and 12.4-inch discs, so this isn’t a track setup.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

More space, less trunk

Inside, the 2020 CTS-V is equal bits sporty, spacious, luxurious, and monotone. Sport bucket seats, alloy pedals, and a small-diameter steering wheel provide the sporty looks. So does the black upholstery, though synthetic leather is standard.

The all-black cabin is broken up by lines of aluminum buttons on the dash and steering wheel and carbon-fiber trim, also in black. Want leather and/or an interior color other than black? That’s a minimum charge of $6,990 and it ranges up to $13,000 for semi-aniline leather as Cadillac bundles in other options packages with leather. Nonetheless, all that black has a high-quality look and feel thanks to wrapped surfaces with contrast stitching on the dash, doors, and center console.

Front seat occupants get the best deal, as Cadillac makes 18-way power adjustments standard for the CT5-V’s front seats. The sporty buckets will conform to keep riders supported and firmly in place.

The CT5’s longer wheelbase gives rear seat passengers an additional 2.5 inches of leg room versus the CTS, which creates lots of space, but the sloping roofline limits head room for anyone over 6 feet tall. The fastback roof also limits the size of the trunk’s opening, and the trunk’s cargo space is just 11.9 cubic feet, which would be small for a compact car let alone a mid-size like the CT5.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V
2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Front seat occupants will also benefit from the CT5’s tech features. The standard 10.0-inch touchscreen has large icons that are easy to touch, and its high resolution gives it the best rearview camera display I’ve ever seen. Drivers can also control the screen with a rotary dial on the center console, voice commands, and some steering wheel buttons. Also standard are Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 4G LTE-enabled wi-fi hotspot, a digital driver information center, and wireless phone charging.

At $48,690 with rear-wheel drive, $51,290 with all-wheel drive, and $58,305 for my well-equipped tester, the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is a lot of car for the money. It’s priced to compete with the next smaller set of cars from the competition and it even undercuts them. A BMW M340i is comparable for power and performance and it starts at $54,995 while a Mercedes-AMG C 43 costs even more. The similarly sized BMW 540i tops $60,000 to start and so did the 2018 Cadillac CTS V-Sport.

Cadillac has finally built a proper European-style sport sedan. Powerful, attractive, fun-to-drive, and modestly priced, the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is a compelling value in a world overrun with crossover SUVs.
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Cadillac’s future is electric cars that double as opulent showcases of technology and design. The 2020 Cadillac CT5-V offers none of that.

The 2020 Cadillac CT5 replaced the CTS in the automaker’s lineup as the mid-size luxury sedan. It’s about the size of the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, but it’s priced closer to the BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

With a turbocharged V-6 powertrain, new naming conventions, a pretty but confused design, and sharp dynamics, the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V delivers on the automaker’s previous goals and none of its future promises.

I spent a week running errands and taking the kids to camp in the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V. Here’s what I learned.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Hit: Hints of Escala

The CT5-V’s design isn’t a home run, but it looks good. The sharp creases, fast roofline, upright front end, and horizontal headlights are all nods to the gorgeous 2016 Escala concept. The V’s quad exhaust finishers, blacked-out trim, and tinted taillights amp up the aggression.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Miss: But it’s not the Escala



The Escala concept was a hatchback. The CT5-V apparently wants to be a hatchback (see that roofline and C-pillar?), but it’s not. It’s a sedan. The rear door cutlines leave an upright window edge with a small piece of window glass that looks as if it were pulled out of the Saturn Ion parts bin. Behind that is a C-pillar with a black plastic filler that looks like a cheaper rendition of what’s found on the Honda Accord. The rear of the greenhouse needs a more cohesive design. The CT5 would be better as a hatchback because that would grow the small 11.9 cubic foot trunk with its small opening into usable space.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Hit: Sharp and balanced

The steering in the Cadillac CT5-V isn’t Alfa Romeo Giulia quick, but it’s sharp, precise, and adds to the car’s responsive handling. Based on the same Alpha platform as the outgoing ATS and CTS, the CT5-V features a twin-pivot MacPherson strut front suspension and five-link rear suspension that both communicate what’s going on at the road level while maintaining the CT5-V’s composure.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Miss: Efficient, it’s not

The CT5-V is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 with 360 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard, though my tester was equipped with all-wheel drive. In this configuration, the CT5-V carries EPA fuel economy ratings of 17 mpg city, 25 highway, and 20 combined. In a week of suburban driving my tester averaged 17.3 mpg, which is short of the 20 rating. A BMW 5-Series with a turbo-6 and all-wheel drive has EPA ratings of 22/29/27. The Cadillac falls short here.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Hit: Usable rear seat

The outgoing CTS had a small rear seat. The CT5 doesn’t. The CT5 has plenty of rear knee, leg, foot, and head room. It’s comfortable for two adults, though three would be a squeeze.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Miss: Rear seat still wants for comfort

The rear seat package rectifies the CTS’s rear space issues, but the seat itself is mounted low, which means you won’t slide easily into and out of the rear seat as if it were Grandpa’s Cadillac. Entry requires bending down to avoid the intruding roofline, and the seat sits so low that getting out requires more core strength than grandpa still has. The low seating position also lacks the thigh support needed for long-trip comfort.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Miss: Compromised packaging

Turns out using an old platform for a new car isn’t always the best idea. The Alpha platform from the ATS and CTS was set up perfectly for engaging driving dynamics, but it compromised interior packaging. The issue becomes worse with the CT5 as the platform needed to be modified to meet current safety standards and to fit the 10-speed automatic transmission. The result? The center tunnel intrudes into both the driver and front passenger footwells to make room for the transmission.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Hit: That sound

Not all V-6 engines, especially turbocharged V-6s, sound good, but this one does once the active exhaust opens up. At higher RPMs the CT5-V’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 sings a sweet tune that is more AMG V-6 than BMW inline-6. Its pitch has more grunt with an alto wail at full throttle.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Miss: Coarse

BMW has the 6-cylinder on lockdown while Cadillac doesn’t. As good as the CT5-V’s note is at full throttle, it disappoints while cruising around. It’s more coarse and gravely, more in line with Audi’s latest turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6, which isn’t a compliment.

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V

Hit: Value

The CT5 lineup is priced like a car of the next smaller size class. It’s a value, which we couldn’t say about the CTS. My tester cost $57,310 and featured LED lightning, a Bose sound system, a head-up display, a 10.0-inch touchscreen, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and a variety of performance upgrades for the V model (even though V is now a middle-of-the-road performance model instead of the top performer). A similarly equipped 3-Series with a turbo-6 would cost more and a 5-Series would cost much more.

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Cadillac Lyriq concept

Miss: DOA

The CT5-V has nothing to do with Cadillac’s future and it already seems irrelevant given the market’s move away from cars and toward crossover SUVs. Buyers also don’t know what a CT5 is, as Cadillac gave up on the CTS name, which had barely taken hold in consumers’ minds after almost two decades. Cadillac is moving back to real names, all-electric cars, and a focus on being the design, luxury, and tech standard of the world. The CT5 delivers on none of those things. The Lyriq and Celestiq are Cadillac’s future and the new CT5 is already its past.

The 2020 Cadillac CT5-V delivers a strong value with sharp driving dynamics and comfortable ride for four adults, but it’s not efficient and we fear it will get lost in Cadillac’s move to go electric.

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2020 Cadillac CT5-V
Base price: $37,890
Price as tested: $57,310
EPA fuel economy: 17/25/20 mpg
The hits: Sharp dynamics, attractive design, comfortable rear seat, strong twin-turbo V-6
The misses: Inefficient, messy C-pillar design, wants to be a hatchback but isn’t, doesn’t fit in Cadillac’s expected future
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I'm not feeling anything.. hardly "a car lover's dream" per original post.
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