I've been enamored with the CTS-V for quite some time, but as a long-time wagon guy, the new V Sport Wagon absolutely ticks all the right boxes for me. Power? This car's got it in spades. Handling? It grips, especially in sport mode, unless you turn off Stabilitrak and give the throttle a hard kick with your right foot. Practicality? Well, it seats four adults and offers almost 26 cubic feet of cargo space aft of the second row.
If the word "excess" isn't in your vocabulary -- but the words "more" and "power" are -- then give John Hennessey a call. His firm already builds modified Cadillac CTS-Vs capable of cranking out as much as 800 horsepower, but the company is readying a 1000-hp package for a limited production run of coupes. Meet the new Hennessey Twin Turbo V1000 CTS-V Coupe.
The Cadillac CTS-V wagon made our list of this year’s All-Stars, impressing us with its performance and sound track from the supercharged V-8 under the hood. Apparently, Hennessey thought the exhaust volume needed to be turned up a notch as you can see (and hear) from its latest video of a V650 Package and Exhaust Dump-equipped CTS-V wagon.
What’s the best way to tackle the Long Beach road course with a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe racer? Cadillac team drivers Johnny O’Connell and Andy Pilgrim literally show you how it’s done in this new video clip.