The folks at Motor Trend decided to put the new CTS-V through its paces in a couple motorsports settings, namely Willow Springs and Virginia City’s hill-climb. Enjoy.
Motor trend and their captive racing driver Randy Pobst have put together a short course on (transmission) shifting on the track. The car used in the demo? Cadillac’s ATS-V. Enjoy.
Motor Trend comparison test of the ATS-V vs Mercedes’ C63. This might be the best handling sedan, ever made…
Car and Driver snagged this short video of the new 2016 CTS-V starting up. That’s quite the badass exhaust note to go with the car’s 640 supercharged horsepower. Expect more details when the car officially debuts at the January NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) in Detroit. Enjoy.
640 hp supercharged V-8 3.7 second 0-60 200 mph Damn.
In an interview with USA Today, Cadillac chief Johan de Nysschen let slip that the newly unveiled ATS-V would start at $63k. How does that compare to the M3/M4 siblings? M3 sedan starts at $62950 (according to our friends at kbb.com) M4 coupe starts at $64950. So, it appears the ATS-V will come in with […]
0-60 in under 4 seconds. 6-piston Brembos. Yummy.