Slotting in between the base-model Luxury and the go-faster CT4-V, the Cadillac CT4 Sport offers a nice mix of performance flavoring and comfort, and now, we’re taking a closer look in the following Cadillac Society Live Photo Gallery.
This particular Cadillac CT4 Sport is covered in an eyeball-searing shade dubbed Red Obsession Tintcoat paint, which complements a number of exterior design cues that set the trim apart from the rest of the lineup.
Up front, we find a Sport grille insert with a tight, black mesh, while the lower fascia is also reshaped specifically for the Sport trim. Standout features include automatic headlamps with standard LED lighting, both of which are offered on the Premium Luxury trim level.
The profile shows off further sporty styling changes, such as body-color rocker moldings with black extensions, black window surrounds, and body-color door handles. The Cadillac CT4 Sport comes standard with 18-inch wheels, unlike the standard 17’s on the base-model Luxury. What’s more, the Sport gets premium painted alloy rollers with a Pearl Nickel finish, while the Premium Luxury gets 18’s with a Sterling Silver finish.
The rear of the Cadillac CT4 Sport reveals neutral-density, Gray-tinted outer tail lamps for the standard LED lighting elements, as well as a Sport-specific body-color rear spoiler.
The cabin also gets a few unique touches, such as standard alloy sport pedals and a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel with magnesium paddle shift controls. What’s more, the Cadillac CT4 Sport comes with ambient interior lighting, Forward Collision Alert, and a rearview auto-dimming mirror, all of which are also included on the Premium Luxury.
Providing motivation is the turbocharged 2.0L I4 engine (production code LSY), which produces 237 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm. Output is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission, with either RWD or AWD on hand to put it to the pavement.