The 2022 Cadillac XT4 adds three new exterior colors to its palette: Galactic Gray Metallic, Rosewood Metallic, and Latte Metallic. Here’s our first look at the new Latte hue.
Assigned production code G5D and touch-up paint code WA-615G, Latte Metallic is one of nine exterior colors offered on the small luxury crossover, which include:
- Crystal White Tricoat
- Infrared Tintcoat
- Radiant Silver Metallic
- Stellar Black Metallic
- Twilight Blue Metallic
- Wave Metallic
- Latte Metallic (new for 2022)
- Galactic Gray Metallic (new for 2022)
- Rosewood Metallic (new for 2022)
The Latte Metallic color is an extra-cost item that adds an additional $625 to the vehicle’s price. It can be combined with all five interior colorways:
- Jet Black
- Jet Black with Cinnamon accents
- Light Platinum/Jet Black
- Light Wheat/Jet Black with Red accents
- Sedona/Jet Black
The 2022 Cadillac XT4 arrives as the fourth model year of the first-generation XT4, bringing with it a few small changes and updates. The model discontinues the red brake caliper option that was previously introduced for the 2021 model year, while adding a new Comfort Package on Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels. This package includes an eight-way power passenger seat, driver and front passenger ventilated seats and leather seating surfaces.
Additionally, the leatherette seats are now branded as Inteluxe. The material continues to be the same as before, as is the availability (standard on Luxury and Sport models).
Like all prior model years of the XT4, the 2022 Cadillac XT4 continues to be powered by Cadillac’s turbocharged 2.0L I4 gasoline engine (production code LSY) mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel-drive is standard while all-wheel-drive is an extra-cost option.
The Cadillac XT4 is produced at the Cadillac Fairfax plant in Kansas.
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Ah for the good old days when manufacturers didn’t charge extra to paint new cars.
Yeah, unfortunately everyone charges more these days, with the premium/luxury brands like Cadillac (along with Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Lexus, etc.) being the biggest offenders.
I like it!!
Now, where can I find one?…