The editors at Motor Trend spent a year with a 2011 Cadillac CTS-V wagon, one of the most special vehicles currently available. Before the time came to return the keys to Cadillac, senior features editor Jonny Lieberman decided to plan a fitting goodbye, which is featured in the newest episode of Epic Drives. What Lieberman came up with was a no brainer. Why not send the Caddy wagon to the Nurburgring? The famed track essentially served as the CTS-V’s boot camp years ago, playing a significant part in the development of the Caddy’s suspension tuning, among other things. For fans of the CTS-V (or the ‘Ring), the video won’t disappoint. Not only does Lieberman take a spin around the track, but he also hands over the keys to General Motors’ racecar driver Johnny O’Connell, who attempts to beat the lap time posted by a CTS-V sedan years ago. Does he succeed? Watch the video to find out.
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