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Cadillac CT5 2020 revealed with twin-turbo V6

The CT5 replaces both the ATS and CTS in Cadillac's line-up.

Cadillac has revealed its new CT5 sedan, which replaces both the BMW 3 Series-sized ATS and 5 Series-sized CTS in the brand’s line-up. 

As with other Cadillac products, the CT5 will be made in left-hand drive only, and despite being partly developed in Australia by GM’s Holden chassis development team, won’t be making it to Australia. 

Measuring 4924mm long, 1883mm wide and 1452mm tall with a 2947mm wheelbase, the CT5 is similar in size to the BMW 5 Series - despite the company claiming it as a 3 Series competitor. 

The CT5's interior features a new central screen. The CT5's interior features a new central screen.

The CT5 is based on GM's Alpha platform, and engine choices include a 177kW/350Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine, while a 250kW/542Nm 3.0-litre turbo V6 will also be available. Both are matched to a 10-speed auto, and are available in either rear- or all-wheel drive.

As with other Cadillac models, the available technology in the CT5 includes the brand’s 'Super Cruise' semi-autonomous driving system, which allows the car to drive itself on ‘over 200,000km of North American highway.’

Offered in two distinct trim lines - Luxury and Sport - the CT5 continues the brand’s latest design language with huge front LED daytime running lights, sharp tail-lights and a ducktail rear completing the look.

The software used was first seen in the Holden Acadia. The software used was first seen in the Holden Acadia.

CT5 Sport models feature dark details such as the wheels, spoiler and window surrounds, while the CT5 Luxury get bright chrome details instead.

The interior of the CT5 is much more luxurious than recent Cadillac products with a new 10.0-inch multimedia system - first used in the Holden Acadia - with the brand’s new software, a digital driver’s display and a range of colour and trim choices broad enough to match German rivals.

Cadillac says the CT5 is a BMW 3 Series competitor. Cadillac says the CT5 is a BMW 3 Series competitor.

Semi-aniline leather upholstery, as well as heated, ventilated and massaging front seats are available. 

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