CT4/CT5: Cadillac will revive the Blackwing badge on the CT4 and CT5 V-Series performance subbrand. The CT4-V is equipped with Cadillac's high-output 2.7-liter turbo engine rated at 325 hp. The CT5-V is powered by Cadillac's high-output 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V-6 engine rated at 360 hp. Both sedans will be freshened in 2023. Their next updates, in 2025 or 2026, could convert them to EVs.
Celestiq: Expected to go on sale in 2023, the high-performance, ultra-luxury sedan will be hand-built in low volumes at the GM Tech Center in Warren, Mich., at a rate of 1.2 vehicles per day. Cadillac is dubbing the Celestiq its flagship EV.
XT4: The XT4's first freshening is expected in 2023, just more than four years after its launch. A redesign likely will follow around 2025, when it could increase in size as it moves to a slightly larger platform. It could also be renamed at that time as the brand moves away from alphanumerics.
Electric crossover: At least one electric crossover may in be the works for Cadillac in 2024.
Lyriq: The Lyriq is one of two EVs that Cadillac has announced. The sporty midsize crossover likely will be built in Orion, Mich., and it will be one of the first vehicles to adopt Cadillac's new EV naming strategy — ending names with "iq." It also will be one of the first EVs to be powered by GM's proprietary Ultium batteries. GM showed reporters a preview of the Lyriq in March ahead of a reveal that was set for April but has shifted to a virtual debut Aug. 6 because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Lyriq will go on sale in 2022.