A Cadillac CTS-V that has 707 horsepower and 701 pound-feet of torque? Sounds insane, and it definitely is. But can all that power be really utilized or does it simply turn this maximum attack Cadillac's rear tires to dust? We took it to the Edmunds test track to find out. Acceleration was tested with 0-60 and quarter-mile tests, while braking was calculated using 60-0. Handling tests included a timed slalom and two trips around a skid pad to generate a lateral acceleration calculation.