2021 Cadillac CT5 Infotainment

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 The Cadillac CT5 comes in four different trim levels: Premium, Premium Luxury, Sport, and V-Series. The majority of trims are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. A more powerful turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine is available as an option on the Premium Luxury trim and is standard on the V-Series. It produces 335 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque, which increases to 360 hp in the V-Series (torque is the same). Power is routed to the rear wheels or an available all-wheel-drive system via a 10-speed automatic transmission.

2021 Cadillac CT5

2021 Cadillac CT5 Infotainment


The Cadillac CT5 comes standard with the most recent version of the CUE infotainment system, which is displayed on a 10.0-inch touchscreen in the centre of the dashboard. It's much more logically structured than the previous system, and some of the touch-sensitive controls have been replaced with physical ones. The system can be controlled using a rotary wheel located behind the shifter or by interacting with the touchscreen itself. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard features. A head-up display, wireless device charging, and an eight-speaker Bose audio system are among the desirable available features.

The CT5 is all about making trade-offs. If you're willing to forego the German badge and a level of refinement, you'll get an impressive chassis with a thrusty and sonorous optional turbocharged V6 engine, available on the CT5 Premium Luxury and standard on the CT5-V. The engine is a work of art, the handling is flawless, and the car has a compelling driving personality in all modes. The Cadillac's size advantage over most competitors means a comfortable cabin and impressive amenities, but it also means putting up with some subpar interior plastics and an inexplicably small trunk.
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