2020 Cadillac CT5 replaces CTS, dumps Art & Science

The new 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan replaces CTS. It has a new design theme that replaces Art & Science, which looks both bland and awkward.

The styling is inspired the Escala concept, but is messed up by the fussy false rear quarter window.

The CT5 rides on an updated version of the Alpha platform, which is used by the CTS and ATS. The car will be available in both RWD and AWD formats.

Under the hood, the CT5 will be available with two engines: a 2L turbo I4, and a 3L twin-turbo V6. Each is fitted with a 10-speed auto.

The CT5 will be available in both Premium Luxury and Sport trims, and will be built at GM’s Lansing Grand River factory. The car will debut at the New York Auto Show in April.