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2014 Cadillac XTS Gets Optional 410-HP Twin-Turbo V6 Engine


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Just the Facts:
  • The 2014 Cadillac XTS gets an optional 410-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine as part of the changes for the new model year.
  • The XTS's standard 3.6-liter V6 engine is rated at 304 hp.
  • Cadillac says its optional V6 engine is "one of the most power-dense six-cylinder engines in the segment."

DETROIT — The 2014 Cadillac XTS gets an optional 410-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine as part of the changes for the new model year.

The XTS's standard 3.6-liter V6 engine is rated at 304 hp. The two engines in the 2014 XTS are linked to six-speed automatic transmissions with tap-shift control.

The 410-hp engine is rated at 369 pound-feet of torque. The torque is delivered over a wide range, noted Cadillac in a statement, "for a confident feeling of power in almost all driving conditions, such as accelerating or overtaking traffic on the highway."

The optional engine features a block that is cast in a new way, along with stronger connecting rods and a new direct injection fuel system.

Cadillac says its optional V6 engine is "one of the most power-dense six-cylinder engines in the segment."

Pricing on the 2014 XTS has not been announced. In addition, the EPA has not yet rated the 2014 XTS with the new engine.

The 2014 XTS also gets optional Automatic Parking Assist, which enables the car to parallel park itself and electric power steering on front-wheel-drive models.

Edmunds says: You'll be able to pack a lot of power in your 2014 Cadillac XTS, thanks to the new engine option.

Comments

  • cynic783 cynic783 Posts:

    2014 XTS is wrong wheel drive

  • I respect the XTS, but I still do not like the styling (more power is good though). If you strip away the obvious Cadillac styling cues such as the grill, headlights and tail lights, this car does not look much like the ATS or new CTS. The body is too cab forward and the hood and front fenders are way too high. It does not have the sleek, sexy, muscular, wedge-inspired profile of the ATS and CTS (or the discontinued STS). Perhaps the designers allowed pedestrian crash standards, FWD architecture and interior room requirements to take their toll on the styling, but aesthetically this car does nothing for me.

  • bdfort bdfort Posts:

    wow...I haven't really stayed with the website since the transition from Insideline. OMG this new website is TERRIBLE!!! One of the things I liked about Insideline was the little summary/recap at the bottom of every article which this website try's to mimic with it's "Edmunds says"...every article I have come across lost all creativity, especially in this section, talk about dumb!

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