Cadillac will show in Chicago sports version of the XT5 crossoverFebruary 7, 2019
The American crossover in the Sport Edition version has a glossy black radiator grille, side steps and transparent rear lenses. The price of the novelty is 2 995 dollars
The 2018 Cadillac XT5 prestigious mid-size crossover sports package boasts a darker exterior. The car will be shown at the Chicago Motor Show. A special version of the prestigious model will go on sale this spring. The package adds to the final price of $ 2,995 for the Luxury version and $ 1,995 for Premium Luxury.
The XT5 will receive a glossy black false radiator grille with metal framing and 20-inch rims with Technical Gray trim. Side access steps are installed for access to the salon; transparent rear lenses are also worth noting, LED headlights, which are usually not included in the Luxury package, but are standard for Premium Luxury trim.
There are two options for interior decoration – a completely black interior or a combination of Cirrus and Jet Black lights. Both options have aluminum trim and sporty interior elements.
Despite the nickname Sport Edition, this “package” does not add power to the motor. The crossover is equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 with a power of 310 hp (367 Nm). Together with him, an 8-speed automatic transmission works, which drives the front wheels, four-wheel drive is an additional option.
The list of equipment includes the Driver Awareness Package system, which includes the warning of a front collision with automatic braking at low speed and the detection of pedestrians, help in keeping the lane, warning of leaving the lane, monitoring “blind” zones. As an additional option, for the Premium Luxury package, you can order adaptive cruise control, parking assistance and a more advanced automatic braking system – you can afford it for $ 1,595
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