Because there are few concrete details still concerning a lot of the features of the 2020 Cadillac CT4, we do not yet know everything about the outside of this beauty. What we do know so far, however, has us convinced that it will be a welcome addition to the current lineup and prove itself a worthy successor to the ATS. Some of these features will impact the overall performance of the CT4, so keep that in mind when considering your exterior options.
The standard CT4 comes with 17-inch aluminum wheels with all-season self-sealing tires. If you choose the Premium Luxury trim level, then you get 18-inch aluminum wheels with all-season tires. On the Sport trim level, all-season run-flat tires are standard to keep you on the road as much as possible. There are also four drive modes available, which are selectable while on the road and alter the transmission shifting, steering, and brake feel to let you more easily adapt to road changes and your environment.
The exterior styling of the CT4 has been designed to draw in a more youthful group to the luxury market. There are also unique changes between each trim level for buyers to achieve their desired look. The base trim features a Luxury-theme grille and front styling, Galvano Silver accents, trapezoid dual-exhaust, and red taillamp lenses. Moving up to the Premium Luxury, the body-colored door handles feature a more chrome look, and the rear diffuser becomes black. In the Sport model, dark mesh grille and front fascia, Cadillac logo Brembo front brakes, a body-color rear spoiler, transparent taillamp lenses, black rocker molding extensions, and other black accents are added or modified. Carbon Flash dark finish grille, V logo Brembo front brakes, V badges, and Quad trapezoid exhaust tips are all added to the CT4-V trim. With many distinguishing characteristics between each trim, drivers are able to have a look unique to their own styling.