Class Divisions: Cadillacís CTS V-Series will rock the sport-sedan world- Source: Autoweek
Wait a minute! A 400-hp Cadillac? CTS? Yes, and itís a Caddy honed at the íRing by Morris and other Performance Division engineers. The CTS V-SeriesóGMís first product to benefit from the work of the in-house garagistesóis about to strafe the sport-sedan world. Let us say this loud and clear: With the Cadillac CTS V, GM has proven it can make a performance sedan sing and dance, and be competitive.
The CTS V is Cadillacís answer to BMWís M3, Audiís S4 and Mercedes-Benzís C32 AMG ultra-high-performance sedans. It is the most powerful production Cadillac ever, and the most fun to drive by a long shot. The car signifies Cadillac and GMís commitment to meet the Europeans head-on in the most important slice of the sport-sedan segment. You donít last long in this league if you canít wring world-class performance from your hardware. Right away. Thereís no partial credit given, no marks for effort, and GM knows it.
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Originally posted by cardio@Sep 20 2003, 10:57 PM I'd be too embarassed to drive that car, you would get made fun of so much, its so fuckin ugly, cadillac is gonna go bankrupt if they keep makin all their cars this ugly.
lol You're such an idiot. This car is selling like hot cakes down here in Los Angeles. It's become really popular around here and other places. Perhaps YOU don't like it yourself because of some Taste issues, but you certainly don't speak for everyone. So shut it.
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