The Cadillac CT6 just got a makeover back in 2016, so it’s not getting a full overhaul any time soon. However, that doesn’t mean Cadillac won’t strive to stay ahead of the competition by introducing a big mid-cycle refresh. That’s exactly what the company plans to do with the 2018 Cadillac CT6 updates, which add to available tech and throws in some upgrades for a more polished look and feel.
The 2018 CT6 will be losing four colors and replacing them with three new ones – Satin Steel Metallic, Stone Gray Metallic, and Red Horizon Tintcoat. Additionally, the outside lens that provides video feed to the rear view camera will be getting its own high-pressure washer for improved visibility.
Inside, the Cadillac CT6 is receiving a host of new features – a new CUE infotainment system, an automatic heated steering wheel, Automatic Park Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control, among others. Some of the most-anticipated systems are Collection, an in-vehicle app store, and Teen Driver, which allows parents to monitor their child’s driving habits.
The Cadillac CT6 updates will be available when the vehicle launches sometime near the end of 2017, so keep an eye on Sarant Cadillac if you want to take it for a test spin in the future!