The redesigned Cadillac CT4 and CT5 sedans have only been on sale a few months, but for 2021 they get more available technology and a Diamond Sky special edition, Cadillac announced Thursday. 

Forward-collision warnings, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and GM’s Safety Alert Seat that vibrates in the direction of a potential danger become standard on the base CT4, making them standard across both lineups. Also now standard is a feature called “Buckle to Drive” that ensures the driver’s seat belt is buckled before the car can be put into gear for 20 seconds. It can be disabled. Despite the additional safety features over the 2020 model, automakers ranging from Mazda to Subaru include features such as active lane control and adaptive cruise control as standard. Cadillac charges extra and still limits the availability of those features to pricier…

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