When you think Cadillac, do you still conjure up the image of a boaty luxury sedan which has waned in popularity? Cadillac wants to shed that tired, stuffy aging image in favor of one which highlights its performance technology and raw American-made power. Enter the brand-new, more powerful, albeit more expensive CTS-V sedan. With a tuned Corvette engine, a top speed over 200 miles per hour, and a 0-60 time of just over 3 seconds, the CTS-V can comfortably hang with its competition in Mercedes and BMW. On the heels of Cadillac’s ambitious new supercar racing prototype and the revival of its performance division, can Cadillac afford to stake its existence on this soccer mom sedan with a sports car heart?
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