Cadillac Gives a Sneak Peek of V-Series at Detroit Grand Prix
These models look similar to the recently-launched CT5-V and CT4-V.
In a bid to improve its performance sedans, Cadillac showed us two prototypes of V-series sedans. At the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix, these camouflaged models completed a lap to surprise the fans. Behind the wheels were General Motors President Mark Reuss and GM Vice President Global Product Ken Morris.
The new V-Series models look similar to the recently-launched CT5-V and CT4-V. The red car has a resemblance to the CT5-V while the blue model reminds us of the CT4-V. Cadillac says these new models “represent the next step in Cadillac’s V-Series performance legacy.” So, we expect them to be more powerful. Perhaps, one of these will get a twin-turbo 4.2L V8 available in CT6-V or even better. Finger crossed!