Car lovers may disagree on many things but they all know the next super-sedan: Cadillac CTS-V 2016. This new prototype has all the qualifications to compete against luxury vehicles like BMW M5 and Corvette Z06, customers’ favorite options until now.
Cadillac’s new CTS-V model is fast enough get you nought to sixty in 3.6 seconds. This due to the 640 horsepower that the vehicle has been packed with and its 6.2-liter V8 engine. These result tests are quite remarkable considering that the M5 beamer has only been packed with 600 horsepower and requires 3.7 seconds to reach the same speed level (0-60 mph).
Buyers should not let themselves deceived by the gigantic forms of the car. CST-V may be robust but it is also surprisingly fast, proving that safe cars get along very well with illegal speed limits. Drivers may actually be tempted to push the gas pedal harder knowing that the luxury sedan will protect them against all possible incidents.
The breaking system was designed to provide all the support that drivers need in unexpected moments. CST-V’s Michelin tires have been foreseen with 6-piston breaking systems on the front wheels and 4-piston on the back wheels.
Drivers also benefit of the car’s computer assistance for better response in front of road obstacles. The Magnetic Ride Control has also left many drivers open-mouthed as the car remains just as comfortable at all times, whether on the Autobahn or through the recently bombed streets of Afghanistan. To this, you can also add the four driving modes Sport, Race, Touring and Snow, each with its own advantages.
The vehicle has drawn everyone’s interest, particularly market analysts, who have been waiting for Cadillac’s new model for a long time. The impressive abilities of the new prototype have not remained unnoticed, particularly since the CST-V measures up to BMW’s value. Yet, the Merc could bear down the 2016 Cadillac or at least that’s what Mercedes fans hope to see soon.
Customers, on the other hand, have not been particularly impressed by the car’s tech specifications. The majority of them have stated that Cadillac needs more than one new vehicle to make up for its past failures. The $84,990 starting price did not change their opinion, either.
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