Cadillac's lineup of electric vehicles appears set to expand again.
Photographers have captured a camouflaged vehicle, believed to be a new small Cadillac EV similar in size to the compact XT4, while road testing. It appears to slot below the Cadillac Lyriq midsize electric crossover in size.
The vehicle looks to share design elements with the Lyriq, including front and rear lighting features. Photographers said they observed the upper rear vertical lights acting as turn signals.
There also are similarities to the gasoline-powered XT4, which will be freshened for 2024. Cadillac has said the updated XT4 takes tech cues from the Lyriq, the brand's first EV, which will be joined by the ultraluxury Celestiq electric sedan in 2023.
A Cadillac spokesperson declined to comment on future products, but said in a statement that "the XT4 continues to be a top-selling vehicle in its segment and remains an important part of Cadillac's global portfolio."
The spokesperson added that when the updated luxury compact crossover goes on sale this year, "the new XT4 will continue to grow momentum for the brand as we move towards an electric portfolio in 2030."