With its in-the-sheetmetal reveal at the NAIAS, the 640-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V finally went from a “Yeah, but” car, to the long-sought “Standard of the World.”
Several drool-worthy performance cars make their world debuts tomorrow, January 12, at the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit. And team Revvolution is already on-site and ready to bring you each reveal as they happen.
Since its 2004 birth, the Cadillac CTS-V has gone from a frustratingly incomplete car to one of the best performance vehicles in the world. And with the all-new 2016 model sporting the Corvette Z06’s stellar LT4 engine, Cadillac’s message to the world’s super sedans is clear: we’re coming for you.
Today, the automaker has set its own design language, further distancing itself from the badge-engineering days of yesteryear, and is now creating a slew of handsome luxury offerings that, even though Cadillac may still feel it, don’t look old. Think of it like Donald Trump if he dressed like Lil Wayne.
The record-breaking Cadillac CTS-V has done it again, breaking it's own record and setting a new one.