Cadillac’s CTS line of luxury sedans has been a long time coming for the brand, and this new interior will likely be a major part of that story.
We’ve already seen the CTS V in all its glory in 2017, but the CX family has also been making its own, as the C3 was introduced in 2017 and the C5 was launched this past March.
With the C6, however, the C series has been making it’s own interior, and the new C6 CTS has been getting the spotlight.
Cadillac is making the C8 CTS with a new rear fascia that uses a similar design as the previous C7 sedan, with a “high-tech, high-quality” rear air dam that lets the C Series get around corners.
It’s the first crossover to use a 4.7-inch touchscreen with navigation, though that’s the only real change from the previous generation.
This new CTS interior features a mix of black, silver, and metallic finishes, including an interior that’s basically black with the C-pillar design.
The cabin is also now covered in a special finish, but we’ve been told the white panels are still black on the exterior.
The C6’s cabin is an interesting one, as it looks similar to the previous Cadillac C5’s.
It has a “low-slung” design, and it’s not too far away from the rear seat for easy parking.
It does have a smaller window than the previous model, which we can’t really see in photos, but it’s still not quite as wide.
The rear seats are both large and spacious, but they’re a little on the large side for a hatchback.
There’s also a little more room in the center, which is a nice touch.
The rear seats feel a bit bigger than the C7’s, and they feel a little narrower than the rear seats on the C4 and C6.
The C5 had a “mid-size” rear seat that made them feel a lot wider than the mid-size seats on other C series cars, but this is the first C series car that has a rear seat seat that’s wider than on the other C models.
This is great, because it means you can fit two adults in this car.CADillac also went ahead and made the Cseries Crossover even more spacious than the outgoing C6 with more rear legroom, with room for a rear-seat passenger.
The hatchback also got a bigger trunk, which means it can hold more stuff.
We’re told the Crossover C series will also have an even larger trunk.
The standard C3 sedan comes with a full-size trunk that’s 2.5 cubic feet, and a standard C5 with a 1.6-cu-ft trunk and a 1-cu “high” trunk.
The interior in the C9 CTS is a bit different than the rest of the C line.
There are new materials, a new instrument cluster, and new instrument and powertrain displays.
We haven’t seen any of the updated seats yet, but some of them have been revealed in recent photos.
The doors, however are completely new and look completely different than what you’ve seen in previous C series models.
The seats are also completely different.
The seats on this new C9 will be very comfortable, with the backrests and seat belts being both adjustable.
The instrument cluster on this C9 is similar to that of the previous car, and we can also see the instrument cluster buttons have been updated, too.
The dashboard is also new.
It still has the same 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen as the rest.
The back seats are much better, with larger and wider, and more room for your child.
The backrest on the previous year’s C3 Sedan is also noticeably smaller than the other seats on our car, so it’s a nice feature that should help the C range make the jump from C4 to C5.
We can’t confirm that this is an interior update, as there’s no way to get a closer look at it.
We also have no idea how this car will be sold.
Cadillac says it’s targeting an October 2018 launch date for the C2, and that it will cost $49,400.
We’ll update if that number is confirmed, but if it’s closer to the price of a regular C series, it could be worth considering.
Crossover owners may want to check out our new C series review, which includes a look at how to choose the right C series for you.