Joe Biden, America’s Bitchin’ Vice President, was forced to beg for absolution from the Pope at the Vatican last night after betting on a Cadillac CTS-V in a drag race against a Tesla Model S. He also lost $10.
The Cadillac CTS-V “HPE750" goes from 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds, 0 to 150 in 15.4 seconds, and if you haven’t soiled yourself by then, will top out at 210 MPH.
If a guy dressed up like a clown walks into your office and produces for you a balloon poodle, you’re not going to be that surprised. If your boss comes into your office and starts krumping, you’ll probably feel differently. The Charger Hellcat is the clown and your krumping boss is the Cadillac CTS-V. It’s insane, in…
We’re still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong, but this is what it looks like when a 2016 Cadillac CTS-V prototype bins it at the Nurburgring. The 640-horse supercharged V8 beast cannot be tamed, apparently not even by GM’s expert test drivers.
Whenever the buff books write about cars designed to go up against an established competitor, their headlines inevitably say something like "YOUR MOVE, BMW!" But in this case, with the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, maybe the Germans really should be afraid.
The third-generation Cadillac CTS is the best sedan General Motors has ever built. At least, that's what we've been saying so far. It's high praise for a car that hasn't even had a "V" performance variant yet. Apparently, that's going to change next month.
This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for wagons, rear-wheel drive, and the 556 horsepower supercharged LSA 6.2-liter V8. Oh yeah.
There was a brief period of time after the bailout and before the recall crisis where GM was filled with a spirit of "we can do better" before the reality of just how bad they'd been had fully sunk in. This golden era product many treasured products, including the new Corvette, but none of them are better than the…
A day after we saw spy footage of the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V flying around the Nürburgring, we get some action involving its upcoming big brother the new Cadillac CTS-V. And from that exhaust note, this car sounds like it is not messing around.
You know, I watch enough MotorWeek that I can tell when John Davis is being normal John Davis enthusiastic about the Chevy Cruze or whatever and when he's really excited about a car. This is one of those times where it's the latter.
The BMW M5 is as old-school as high-performance sedans get. Name an opponent, and the M5 has taken it down. But can it hold its own against the comeback kid of 2009, the resurgent Cadillac CTS-V?
Yes, I'm wearing a Kangol fishing hat for protection, just in case Chris Harris goes off course while drifting a Cadillac CTS-V wagon around me, while talking on the phone with Jalopnik editor-in-chief, Matt Hardigree. Too much time on our hands, some say.
In stock form the Cadillac CTS-V is already quite the tarmac spanker. And yet, those who can't leave well enough alone will be pleased to find out the car takes to tuning like a duck to l'orange sauce.
GM Engineer Brad Doerr's fiancée Holly would normally be out on the track with him and their Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon for a day of auto-crossing, but she was a little busy getting primped for the wedding they'd planned just two hours later. So there he was, alone, out on a fairly tame course when all of a sudden his…