DETROIT — Cadillac hopes to attract younger buyers to the CT5 midsize sedan with updated exterior styling and the addition of more technology features.
The luxury brand revealed the 2025 CT5 on Wednesday at the Detroit auto show, highlighting design and lighting cues drawn from across the Cadillac lineup, as well as a larger interior screen and more standard safety features.
The freshened CT5 will enter production next spring at General Motors' Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan. Pricing was not disclosed.
GM's luxury brand continues to refine its lineup of gasoline-powered vehicles even as it begins the transition to an all-electric portfolio by 2030.