This is the third time in three years that the Cadillac Corvax has been given an overhaul in the interior.
This time around, the company opted for a more upscale look, but it’s still a nice addition to the overall package.
The interior is still largely unchanged from the 2017 Corvox, but there are some interesting changes that make it look a little different.
The first major change is the addition of a USB Type-C port on the center console, which was standard in the previous generation.
With the addition, it makes it easier to charge and share devices between your devices.
Other interior features include a new dual zone climate control system and an LED light that is turned on when you need it most.
It’s still unclear what the battery capacity of the 2017 model will be, but we suspect it’ll be higher than the 2019 model.
Another new addition is a new front fascia with a higher profile, more aggressive shape, and a different front fascison that also features a smaller rear window.
The new design is designed to make the Corvxx more of a rear-wheel drive car, but if you want to drive it front-wheel-drive, it’s a very nice option.
Finally, there’s an optional $1,200 Premium Package that adds all-wheel control and rear seat airbags.
It also comes with a $1.2K performance package, which includes upgraded tires, a new driver seat, and upgraded steering wheel.
It is currently not available in the US, but this is likely a future addition to be added to the US market.
For more details, check out our 2017 review.
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