• Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
Cadillac XT4
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
The upcoming Cadillac XT4 compact crossover has once again been spotted, this time with less camouflage and an update to its lighting. Specifically, the little crossover is sporting production lighting front and rear, and it's sure to make the luxury SUV one of the boldest-looking Cadillacs.

Part of the reason for this comes from the taillights. As we suspected from the last set of spy shots, the XT4 will have highly distinctive lights that run the full height of the C-pillar. Though it's a similar design to that of the Escalade, it's made more interesting by the significant forward rake of the rear pillar. Not only that, but that pillar is quite thick, too. The look is actually reminiscent of the old CTS wagon.

Moving around the side, the reduced camouflage reveals that the doors and quarter panels are fairly conservative and lacking in many creases or bulges. We can make out the edges of what will likely be black plastic fender flares and rocker panel cladding. Finally reaching the front, we see that the headlights are similar to those of many current Cadillacs, including the recently refreshed XTS sedan. The main part of the lamp starts high up and is slightly horizontal like the Escala concept, but they extend over the fenders and a strip of LEDs descends down the front.

A previous report noted the XT4 will be built in Kansas on the Chevy Malibu platform. That means it will be a front-drive-based vehicle likely offering both front- and all-wheel-drive. Under the hood will probably be at least one turbocharged four-cylinder engine, with a second, more powerful upgrade option a possibility. We expect to see the fully revealed model to show up by the end of 2018.

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