If 556 HP, numerous features, 14 way Recaro seats, leather and luxury is desired, this is a vehicle to consider. Driven everyday as a daily driver, but has the capability to be taken very seriously on a track or closed high speed course. Think of it as a 4 door Corvette with a back seat and trunk. The Magnetic Ride Control suspension and selectable Comfort/Sport and (4) StabiliTrack settings work like a dream. BMW owners with Sport Packages would likely keep it set to Sport mode and not notice any harsh or bumpy ride. Designed by GM Performance group and utilizes many Corvette ZR-1 parts. Download the brochure from the Cadillac web site to see all of the features at a quick glance.
Power from the supercharged 6.2L V-8 engine, 6 piston Brembo brakes, shiftable 6 speed auto trans, Smart Remote Starter, ZF Servotronic steering, Bose 5.1 sound, Navigation functions and displays, OnStar directions, Xenon adaptive headlights, driver program preferences (DIC), Bluetooth and iPhone.
Add more LED lights front/rear, i.e. Audi. Offer a sport exhaust like Porsche. Include plush V logo floor mats. Stock mats are skimpy. As an owner, don't call GM support, only work direct with a dealer you like that knows V series cars. If you even need to ask about gas mileage, buy a standard CTS.
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