Cadillac spoke about the new rival of the BMW 5 SeriesApril 17, 2019
Cadillac has named the main technical characteristics of the CT5 sedan, which will replace the CTS model in the line of the American brand and will compete with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW 5-Series. The public premiere of the car will be held on April 17 at the motor show in New York.
The length of the sedan was 4924 mm, width – 1883 mm, and height – 1,452 millimeters. The size of the wheelbase is 2947 millimeters. Thus, the Cadillac CT5 turned out a little more than its predecessor and slightly less than the “five” BMW.
The multimedia complex with a 10-inch touchscreen display and a remote engine start system, which also allows you to activate the air conditioner and a number of other functions of the car that are responsible for comfort, entered the car’s standard equipment.
The front seats have electric adjustments in 18 directions, as well as heating and massage functions. For an additional fee, the salon can be equipped with decorative carbon and aluminum inserts.
Cadillac CT5 will be offered with a two-liter “turbuchetverkoy”, developing 240 liters. with. and 350 Nm of torque. In addition, a three-liter V6 unit is available, issuing 340 forces and 542 newton meters. Both engines are paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The sedan is available with both rear and all-wheel drive. A total of four driving modes are provided: Tour, Sport, Snow / Ice and customizable My Mode.
Cadillac CT5 can be ordered with the company’s system of semi-automatic control Super Cruise. It works on the basis of the frontal radar Lidar and a set of cameras that provide all-round visibility. In addition, the GPS-navigator and map service helps to navigate in space. Electronics controls the steering, accelerator and braking system when the car moves on the highway.
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