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Cadillac XT4 Officially Launches In China

Cadillac XT4 Officially Launches In China

 Cadillac XT4 has officially launched in China. As per plan, customers can pre-order the new small crossover from participating Cadillac dealers all over the country as of August 29th.

Entering one of the most popular and fastest-growing segments in the global luxury vehicle market, the XT4 is priced to start at RMB 259,700 (US 38,000 at current conversion rates).

The XT4 for China is available in seven variants, with a choice of six body colors and three interior colors.

“The Cadillac XT4 represents one of the most important new entries for the brand in recent years,” said Andreas Schaaf, Cadillac vice president and general director of SAIC-GM’s Cadillac Division. “It joins the lineup of one of the fastest growing auto luxury brands in China, and will attract a broad spectrum of drivers, including a new younger demographic.”

The China-market XT4 is essentially identical to the XT4 destined for North American markets.

Cadillac Gears Up For Official XT4 Launch In China

The XT4 is the very first part of Cadillac’s global product offensive, which involves launching one new vehicle every six months through 2021. The brand’s executives have previously stated that it will have launched five new product lines through that time frame, a number that could actually be smaller than the actual plans entails.

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Alex is the founder of Cadillac Society. He has a deep passion for automotive business strategy and enjoys driving his ATS sedan on twisty mountain roads.


  1. Are you prepared to translate the first reviews?

    I can’t imagine ordering a car without having driven one, but first one on the block was a big deal when cars changed a bit every model year and a lot every 2 or 3. There are so many car makes and models now, hardly anyone can keep up and tell new from old.

  2. Has anyone on your staff seen or read the first Chinese reviews? Even using a Google translation, Chinese grammar is similar to English (I have tried it, too), so I suggest doing so and give us an article covering Chinese reviews before you can do your own.


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