The 2023 Cadillac CT4 gains a new Bronze Accent Package, which equips the luxury sedan with a selection of bronze-themed touches.
The Bronze Accent Package (production code PDJ) is an LPO-level (dealer-installed) option for the luxury sedan, and it is available as an optional extra across all CT4 trim levels, including Luxury, Premium Luxury and Sport. This package bundles the following content (relevant production codes listed in parentheses):
- 19-inch Black wheels with Bronze accents, LPO (SOX)
- Bronze wheel center cap, LPO (5ZD)
- Black wheel lug nuts, LPO (SPY)
- Black wheel locks, LPO (SPZ)
- Decals, LPO (Luxury and Premium Luxury only) (RY2)
- Decals, LPO (Sport only) (5K2)
Opting for this package adds $3,495 to the overall cost of the luxury sedan.
It’s worth noting that the performance-oriented 2023 Cadillac CT4-V is also able to be outfitted with the Bronze Accent Package, as Cadillac Society recently reported. However, the CT4-V gains a different set of wheels and exclusive vinyl decals as compared to the “regular” CT4.
Additionally, the 2023 Cadillac CT4 can also be outfitted with another new appearance package – the Blue Accent Package (production code PDL), which is also priced at $3,495.
As a reminder, the 2023 Cadillac CT4 rides on the luxury marque’s Alpha 2 platform and features the turbocharged 2.0L I4 engine (production code LSY) as standard, rated at 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. It’s standard on the Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Sport trim levels. Models with this engine get the 350T designation on the decklid as part of Cadillac’s torque-based nomenclature. From there, the turbocharged 2.7L I4 engine (production code L3B) is optional on the CT4 Premium Luxury, where it makes 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. These models wear the 500T badge.
Production for all markets with the exception of China takes place at the Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan.
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Seeing that my car in college was my Grandmother’s 1970 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, with that big stonking 472 cube monster that put out over five hundred foot pounds of torque, at 3800 rpm. And could leave most super cars of the era in rubber fog, at stoplight drag races. It also handled with the old rear end out, foot mashed to the floor daily driver. I could go on about the most powerful Cadillacs made, the 1969 and 1970 Coupes, but let’s say an Isky cam, dual exhaust and an 850 cfm Q Jet livened things up a bit. At the expense of rear tires.