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.
We saw it in its full livery at the Detroit Auto Show. We next saw the Cadillac's CTS-V Coupe SCCA World Challenge GT racecar getting a good shaking by Johnny O'Connell and Andy Pilgrim at Sebring. Guess what? It's back!
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.
Say hello to the Hennessey V650, a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe fluffed up to produce a satisfying 650-hp at the flywheel. This dyno run shows the wheels deliver a very adequate 544 hp and and 562 lb-ft of torque.
Kim Kardashian, the woman famous (only?) for her sizable rear end, drops the ceremonial flag Saturday to start the 2010 Bullrun Rally in New York City. Hey... doesn't that Cadillac CTS-V Coupe behind her look familiar? Maybe if we... Enhance!
This is a 556-hp, rear-wheel-drive Cadillac. It has two doors, six speeds, and enough grunt to yank the moon out of orbit. It is everything we are supposed to want in an American car. One question: Is it any good?
Do you know how hard it is to find a safe place to do a meaty burnout in New York City? We do. Come back tonight at 12:01am to find out more. Damn embargoes.
The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe is an American luxury two-door with a 556-hp V-8 and a six-speed manual transmission. It hits 60 mph in 3.9 seconds. Like tossing batteries in a blender, it's too much awesome, and I want more.
If Roland Emmerich, Michael Bay and Jeremy Clarkson were somehow spliced together and pumped full of all the meth in the world, this PR launch video from the CTS-V Coupe unveil would be the result.
Let's be honest, there aren't many performance advantages to the new Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. It's two inches shorter, 18lbs lighter, and less likely to pack hundreds of pounds of knuckle-headed passengers, it does have a nice big back end.
Cadillac's an old man's brand full of floaty, slow, soft luxury cars. Screw that. This is the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe — packing a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 556 HP, a six-speed manual, and not-enough-room for full-sized rear-seat passengers. Screw 'em.