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Cadillac Blackwing Dark Emerald Frost Paint Color Discontinued

Cadillac Blackwing Dark Emerald Frost Paint Color Discontinued

The Dark Emerald Frost exterior paint color for the Cadillac Blackwing super sedans has been discontinued after an extremely limited run, Cadillac Society has learned. 

“Dark Emerald Frost was a limited, promotional color available on the 2022 V-Series Blackwings only,” Cadillac spokesperson, Stefan Cross, told Cadillac Society.

2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing in Dark Emerald Frost

2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing in Dark Emerald Frost

Dark Emerald Frost (production code G7W) was recently offered as an exterior hue exclusive to the 2022 Cadillac Blackwing ultra-high-performance sedans – the CT4-V Blackwing or CT5-V Blackwing. It was one of ten colors available on the super sedans, and represented the first matte color for the CT4 and CT5 sedan families and on the Cadillac Blackwing models, though the hue was offered exclusively on the Blackwings.

The color was considered an ultra premium offering and cost an additional $3,925, making it the most expensive exterior paint color available for the Cadillac V-Series Blackwing sedans. 

Out in the wild, Dark Emerald Frost had a unique cool green hue that looks great on the the ultra-high-performance sedans.

Upon introduction, Dark Emerald Frost was known as Dark Emerald Matte, before it received a name change

So far, Emerald Dark Frost is the third matte color to have been offered by Cadillac in the past decade. Another matte color, Crystal White Frost, was offered in 2016, exclusively on the ATS-V and CTS-V Crystal White Frost Edition models. In 2013, 100 units of the CTS-V Coupe were painted in Silver Frost matte.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

2 Comments

  1. I think its a disgrace that most models only come in one color. Any other color is option at extra cost.

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  2. In 1930, Cadillacs were available in LITERALLY dozens of different colors. Today, looking out on any interstate highway, you could be watching a black-and-white movie.

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