- Jul 20, 2015
Get ready, Europe, there’s a bold competitor after some market share when it comes to the powerful luxury sedans: it’s the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V sedan, which hopes to carve out a chunk of a market dominated by European manufacturers.
Cadillac is looking to bring a little bit of American muscle to a car class typically ruled by the Germans, and its new offering, which will retail at nearly $100,000, was debuted deep in the heart of Wisconsin at Road America, a 4-mile track that allows Cadillac to show off to an interest public the capabilities of the CTS-V, according to theWall Street Journal.
The car is very American at its heart, as it is large and it is very, very fast, reaching speeds of up to 200 miles per hour. Of course, its size means it is a bit on the weighty side, and the reviewer for the Journal described it as a bit Trump-ish in terms of its style.
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