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Here’s What It Costs To Get A 2021 Cadillac CT5 With Super Cruise

Here’s What It Costs To Get A 2021 Cadillac CT5 With Super Cruise

The 2021 Cadillac CT5 is one of the latest Caddy models to offer Super Cruise, the luxury brand’s semi-autonomous driving assist feature that allows the driver to remove their hands from the steering wheel during extended highway driving. However, opting into Super Cruise requires certain packages and options, with different requirements specific to each CT5 trim level. Now, we’re taking a look at what it really costs to get Super Cruise with the 2021 CT5.

The 2021 Cadillac CT5 offers Super Cruise on Premium Luxury and CT5-V trim levels, both with and without the Platinum Package. Let’s start with the Premium Luxury, which starts at $41,790. Opting into Super Cruise with this trim requires AWD and the turbocharged 3.0L V6 (product code LGY) engine, but both AWD and the 3.0L V6 require their own respective options, including the Climate Package for the former, and the Navigation and Bose Premium Audio Package for the latter.

Super Cruise also requires the Parking Package, the Driver Assist and Advanced Security Package, the Technology Package, the Lighting Package, and the Driver Awareness Plus Package.

All told, adding in Super Cruise requires an additional $16,680 in upgrades over the 2021 Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury base MSRP. Add in the Platinum Package, and much of the required equipment listed above is included, but an additional $19,850 is still added to the bottom line when compared to the Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury base MSRP.

In the case of the Cadillac CT5-V, Super Cruise requires the Premium Package, the Driver Awareness Plus Package, the Driver Assist and Advanced Security Package, the Parking Package, and the Leather Seating Surfaces Package. Final pricing is $13,830 over the base MSRP for the 2021 Cadillac CT5-V, while adding in the Platinum package ups the final MSRP an additional $16,530 over the base CT5-V MSRP.

The least-expensive option for a 2021 Cadillac CT5 with Super Cruise is the Premium Luxury trim without the Platinum Package, which is offered at $58,470 when equipped with all the content required for the feature.

Check out a full breakdown of what it costs to get a 2021 CT5 with Super Cruse in the following table:

Item CT5 Premium Luxury CT5 Premium Luxury with Platinum CT5-V CT5-V with Platinum CT5-V with AWD CT5-V with AWD and Platinum Note
Base MSRP $41,790 $41,790 $48,790 $48,790 $48,790 $48,790
AWD $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 Required for Super Cruise with CT5 Premium Luxury
Turbo 3.0L LGY V6 $3,500 $3,500 Required for Super Cruise
Platinum Package $9,400 $6,290 $6,290
Premium Package $5,290 $5,290 $5,290 $5,290 Required for Super Cruise
Navigation and Bose Premium Audio Package $1,350 incl. in Platinum Package
Climate Package $1,090 incl. in Platinum Package
Driver Awareness Plus Package $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Required for Super Cruise
Driver Assist And Advanced Security Package $1,950 $1,950 $1,950 $1,950 $1,950 $1,950 Required for Super Cruise
Parking Package $2,090 $2,090 $2,090 incl. in Platinum Package
Technology Package $1,100 incl. in Platinum Package
Lighting Package $600 incl. in Platinum Package
Leather Seating Surfaces $1,500 $1,500 Leatherette standard on CT5-V
Super Cruise Package $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500
Total $58,470 $61,640 $62,620 $65,320 $64,620 $67,320
With Super Cruise vs. Base MSRP $16,680 $19,850 $13,830 $16,530 $15,830 $18,530

Additionally, the Super Cruise package comes with a three-year subscription, after which Cadillac owners must sign up for an OnStar service plan to continue using the drive assist system.

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Jonathan is an automotive journalist based out of Southern California. He loves anything and everything on four wheels.


  1. This is not surprising. My 2019 CT6 Sport required approximately a $10,000 increase in MSRP to have Super Cruise. In my opinion, it was well worth it for long distance trips! However, it may be a bit tougher sell on a lower priced vehicle such as the CT5.

  2. The bigger disappointment for me is not being able to get Super Cruise on the Turbo4 Premium Luxury or the Sport version, unless you go with the SportV, which for reasons some of us do not want to do because we want it for a daily driver and do not want the rougher riding increased spring rates and other things, perhaps wheel size, that contribute to a less than luxury ride. Then there is the poor color choice, I wanted Bright Red (actually really prefer the promotional Orange they had briefly in the spring, but that is gone) but you cannot get Bright Red AND Super Cruise unless you go with the V. They keep making it harder and harder to get what you want in anew car, and so a used car and the savings is more & more likely. Remember the days where they had 21 exterior colors and 10 interior ones? That made you want to get a car made just for you, as the chances of finding one like you want it in a used market was too slim.

  3. Just realized something I didn’t catch …they are forcing AWD on a buyer of Super Cruise. If GM wants additional money for Super Cruise then simply charge it for the option, but don’t get that additional money from forcing something like AWD on those that do not need it or want it, and to many is a disadvantage. So all the Southern states are going to have to option AWD and wasting energy with lower fuel economy and the added unnecessary complexity and drivability issues of AWD.


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