The Cadillac lineup hasn’t expanded too much in recent years, but now the luxury marque is looking to change that. The manufacturer is off to an impressive start with the official reveal of the 2019 Cadillac XT4. Slotted below the Cadillac XT5 crossover, the Cadillac XT4 is perfect for younger drivers interested in technology and luxury at an affordable price.
The 2019 Cadillac XT4 was officially unveiled ahead of the New York International Auto Show. The all-new model remains true to what Cadillac represents while providing a confident crossover for younger drivers.
Sweeping lines located both inside and out set the Cadillac XT4 apart from the rest of the lineup. The cabin offers more space than most competitors. The upcoming model even features best-in-class rear seat legroom.
Unlike in other Cadillac models, the Cadillac XT4 features a rotary control system as opposed to a touchscreen-based system. The new control scheme is designed to work flawlessly with the Cadillac User Experience interface.
The Cadillac XT4 will arrive with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that produces 237 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Notably, the XT4 crossover does not include the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. The advanced system is reserved for more expensive models, at least for the moment.
The 2019 Cadillac XT4 will arrive on dealership lots in fall. Here at Trent Cadillac, we are eagerly awaiting its arrival.
Car lovers can’t stop talking about Cadillac Super Cruise™, an innovative new technology that is changing the way cars drive. Super Cruise™ is the world’s first truly hands-free driving system. It can only be used on limited-access freeways that are separated from opposing traffic, though many are hoping that the system is soon able to work in all conditions.
How does it work? According to Cadillac, Super Cruise™ activates several existing driver assist technologies in order to control the vehicle and keep you safe. For instance, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is turned on to monitor the cars in front of you, and Forward Collision System is set to “alert” and “brake.” Cameras and radar are activated, and there’s even a system to ensure that the driver appears attentive. Essentially, you turn on all the intelligent safety systems, keep yourself alert, and let the car do the driving.
Cadillac has proprietary head-movement-tracking technology to make sure that you appear alert at all times. Super Cruise™ doesn’t perform all aspects of driving, and it doesn’t do everything that a driver can or should do. That’s why it will alert you if you should need to take control of the vehicle. Super Cruise™ also won’t do things like change lanes or operate around road obstacles like construction.
Nevertheless, as long as you’re on a limited-access freeway, Super Cruise™ will provide an enjoyable and safe experience like never before. At Trent Cadillac, we can’t wait to see what Cadillac develops next.
The Cadillac User Experience (also called CUE) is designed to make driving safer and simpler. You can easily connect to your smartphone and tablets via this innovative technology, and many features can be customized for seamless access. Connecting your devices to CUE takes just a few simple steps.
According to Cadillac, you can connect your devices through Bluetooth. Start by turning on the Bluetooth setting on your phone. Via the touch screen select the Phone icon. Select phones, and then pair the devices. On your Phone, connect to the Cadillac CUE device. Follow the prompts on your phone and the touchscreen to pair using a special PIN. A checkmark next to your device on the touchscreen confirms activation.
Up to 10 devices can be paired to the CUE system at a time, but only one may be accessed at a time. You can also connect using the voice-activation system, located on the steering wheel.
What can you do once your device is connected? You can access features like phone contacts to make calls with the voice-activation technology, select playlists to use in Pandora®, and manage Points of Interest and other navigation features. For more information about CUE and other Cadillac systems, visit Trent Cadillac to speak to an expert.