New photos of the updated, second-generation Cadillac CT6 have leaked in China. The new shots show the undisguised exterior and interior of the vehicle, the latter of which sports tech borrowed from newer vehicles like the all-electric Lyriq.
The photos, posted to social media and found on numerous sites including Sohu, show a model still under construction, whose interior is missing a steering wheel, in one shot. That only serves to better show off the wide, Cadillac Escalade-like multimedia dual-screen setup.
Designed to look like a single monitor when off, the unit combines two screens, one behind the steering wheel that serves as a digital instrument cluster, and another to the right, which is the infotainment screen.
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Lower down, on the center console, a multimedia control system that incorporates a control knob, touchpad, and scroll wheel has been added. This, too, is reminiscent of other recent Cadillacs, such as the Lyriq.
The photos also show a variety of fine materials, such as wood grain and leather dyed in a variety of colors. This suggests that Cadillac is working to ensure that the second-generation CT6 lives up to its clientele’s luxurious expectations.
Outside, meanwhile, previous spy photographs show that the luxury sedan will feature evolutionary updates for the 2024 model year, which these new uncamouflaged shots only serve to confirm. A wider grille, thinner headlights, and a variety of other updates will make the sedan look more refined and bring its design more in line with recently unveiled vehicles.
We anticipate that the model will be shifted onto a new VSS-R architecture, and it is expected to be offered only in China, since the line was discontinued in 2020 in America. Local reports suggest that it will be offered with an updated 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four and 3.0-liter turbocharged V6.
The new model is expected to be unveiled in 2023 as a 2024 model year vehicle.