2022 Cadillac CT4 No Longer Available To Order With Super Cruise


The 2022 Cadillac CT4 is no longer available to order with the luxury marque’s semi-autonomous Super Cruise feature, Cadillac Society has learned.

First introduced on the CT4 for the 2020 model year, the Super Cruise offers hands-free driving during extended road trips on select highways in North America. When available, the Super Cruise is offered on 2022 CT4 units in Premium Luxury, Sport, and CT4-V trim levels, but not on the base Luxury or CT4-V Blackwing trim levels. However, the feature has now been removed from all trim levels and is completely unavailable for the rest of the 2022 model year.

Super Cruise is offered as part of two packages, which the customer/dealer selects when booking the vehicle. The first, Super Cruise 1, includes the following content (relevant production code in brackets):

  • Super Cruise Ship (UKL)
  • Reconfigurable cluster driver (UDV) with 12-inch diagonal color
  • Leather-wrapped Super Cruise steering wheel (N30)
  • HD Surround Vision (UV2)
  • Steering wheel-mounted paddle shift control, Premium Luxury (KB7) trim only

The Super Cruise 1 package adds $3,600 to the price of the 2022 Cadillac CT4, and requires that the Climate Package (production code Y6F) is also equipped.

The second package that contains advanced driver assistance features is the Super Cruise 2 Package, which adds the following to CT4:

  • Leather-wrapped horn pads, on Premium Luxury and Sport trims only
  • Super Cruise Ship (UKL)
  • Technology Pack (CWM)
  • Lighting Package (HME)
  • Bose Premium Audio Packages and Navigation (Y26)
  • Climate Package (Y6F)
  • Leather-wrapped Super Cruise steering wheel (N30)
  • HD Surround Vision (UV2)

The Super Cruise 2 package costs $7,600 when added to a 2022 Cadillac CT4 in Premium Luxury trim, $7,500 when equipped in Sport trim, and $8,000 for the CT4-V. If the package comes with a Premium Luxury model featuring a turbocharged 2.7L I4 engine (production code L3B, which is marked with a 500T badge on the rear decklid), all-wheel drive (production code F46) is also required.

As of this writing, it’s unclear why the Super Cruise was made unavailable for the 2022 CT4, but we imagine the change is related to ongoing supply constraints. We expect the feature to return for the 2023 model year as the ongoing global microchip shortage situation continues to improve. In addition, the Super Cruise is also missing from the 2022 Cadillac CT5, as we reported in March.

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