2025 CT5 facelift looks wider, lower
New screen comes with Google built-in
The 2025 Cadillac CT5 sedan gets a new nose along with more standard stuff. Plus a big new 33-inch screen as the model looks to improve next year on the model that is in its best sales year ever this year.
“CT5’s importance in Cadillac’s portfolio cannot be overstated,” said John Roth, vice president, Global Cadillac. “Globally, CT5 is having its best sales year, ever. The 2025 CT5 stays true to what customers love about this vehicle, while bringing a revised look and the latest technology and safety features.”
A new front fascia that gives the Cadillac CT5 a wider and more aggressive stance starts the changes. The new nose adds stacked headlights and makes the vertical Cadillac running lights even taller than last year’s model. Like last year, Sport models trade their grille for a black mesh one, but it is wider and lower just like the luxury model’s.
On the inside, that 33-inch screen is a seamless unit that covers the infotainment position and the dashboard. It’s a touch screen for most of the surface, with all except for the part behind the steering wheel allowing touch input.
The 2025 CT5’s new screen runs on new software with Google built-in. That gives the driver Google Assistant, Google Maps, and the Google Play store, plus hands-free communication, live traffic, and more. Cadillac is offering Super Cruise once again, and the system gets a new driver attention alert assist.
Cadillac’s two powertrains carry over. There’s a 2.0L 237 hp four and a 335 hp 3.0L V6. The automaker didn’t mention the V or Blackwing models, but we expect to hear more later.
The 2025 Cadillac CT5 is set to start production this spring. Pricing and more details will follow.