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…
This 1969 Ford F-100 looks built, but reserved. Especially for a corporate-sponsored custom car. Until you open the hood and peel back the completely re-engineered independent suspension. Or of course, hear it start. You really need to hear it start.
Ever lusted after Cadillac's 556-horsepower, stick-shift-having CTS-V wagon? If the answer is yes, then now is apparently the time to get one.
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…
The cross-country street legal One Lap of America rolled into Road America for their latest stage today, leading the drivers of the CTS-V Sport Wagon to roll their wagon so hard it flipped over a retaining wall. The car spared itself with an explosion of airbags so that the driver could walk away uninjured. UPDATE
We can't get enough of the world's most bad-ass grocery-getter, the Hennessey CTS-V Wagon. Now here it is demolishing sound waves, tires, and the 11-second barrier at the strip.
The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe rolls out of the Lansing factory looking like a death missile from the future. Adding twin turbos that boost its output to 731 hp brings its death-dealing much closer to the present moment.
It's fast, it handles and it's the answer to a question only asked by a small, noisy few gearheads and automotive journalists. We got another chance behind the wheel of Cadillac's CTS-V wagon this weekend because, well, it was available in the General's New York City press fleet.
Cadillac's Black Diamond package is available on all three versions of the CTS-V — tiny, medium and magnum — and adds $4,850 atop the price. For the added cash, you'll get shimmering-like-a-sparkle-vampire SpectraFlair paint, microfiber suede Recaro seats and Midnight Sapele wood accents. We saw it yesterday here in…
Not to be outdone by Porsche, Cadillac will offer its own special edition CTS-Vs later this year dubbed the "Black Diamond" series, featuring blacked-out everything and paint that if you stare at long enough, looks like it was worth the extra $4,850.
When you think about a Cadillac, drag strips are usually not among the first things that come to mind. This 4 door CTS-V produces approximately 865 horsepower which help it run an impressive 9.85 second 1/4 mile with relative ease.
The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car will race in this year's American World Challenge GT Series. But first, Ray Wert's likely going to defile it. First live photos of its lusciousness below.
The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe race car hits the track later this month at Sebring as it gears up for the SCCA World Challenge GT series. This is the rare car that's maybe sexier than its render. More below.
Cadillac will finally put the CTS-V coupe where it belongs: on a race track. Strangely, its hottest competition may be a Volvo.
Get your sports car outta the way of this Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon. I'll outrun you, and then, when you're crying about it, I'll offer you a tissue from the jumbo Kleenex box I've just picked up from Costco.