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  1. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac is planning to reduce the unsprung mass on its CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing by making their wheels out of magnesium. They will be the only GM products to offer mags in the near future, says Cadillac. The reasons are pretty simple. Magnesium has the highest strength to weight ration of any...
  2. Global Cadillac News
    The fourth generation of MagneRide will be offered, for the first time, on the 2021 CT5-V and CT4-V, as well as the CT5 Sport and the Escalade. It will be the fastest-reacting active suspension system in the world, according to Cadillac. Able to react 45% faster than the third generation...
  3. Global Cadillac News
    All the cool (German) kids are doing it, so why wouldn't Cadillac? The vogue for big performance SUVs may soon hit the Cadillac if comments made by Cadillac's Escalade product manager, Dave Schiavone, to Detroit publication Muscle Cars & Trucks are anything to off. "Ever since we came out with...
  4. Global Cadillac News
    Yes, the Blackwings - to be clear, the CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwings - will receive their own special performance steering wheel, Cadillac announced Thursday. Teasing a steering wheel a year out from a model's debut seems a little unusual, especially considering the CT4-V and CT5-V are on sale now...
  5. Global Cadillac News
    Citing unnamed source, Cadillac Society reports that a manual transmission will not be offered on the non-Blackwing version of the CT4-V. First revealed in late May 2019. The CT4-V is a slightly hotter version of the CT4, which is powered by a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine making 320 hp and...
  6. Global Cadillac News
    Closed production facilities and social distancing will reportedly lead to a delayed launch for the CT5-V Blackwing and CT4-V Blackwing. Although the names have not yet been confirmed, the cars popularly predicted to be named after Cadillac's unique V8, will be even more hardcore versions of...
  7. Global Cadillac News
    Although the CT4-V was revealed at an event earlier this summer, Cadillac kept mum about the standard CT4 until now. Offering as much as 309 hp (or as little as 237 hp) and AWD in every trim, the standard CT4 is aimed squarely at youths. Power comes from the same (albeit detuned) 2.7-liter 4...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    As we just covered yesterday, the V-Series application to the Cadillac CT4 and CT5 models will don intermediary performance models, similar to the former V-Sport line. The Blackwing nomenclature will designate top-performing models, redefining what the letter V really means to a Cadillac...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    As we reported at its unveiling at the end of May, Cadillac plans to introduce a series of V cars that's even sportier than the CT5-V and the CT4-V. These will be called Blackwing. A Cadillac Society report  follows a report from Muscle Cars and Trucks report from early June saying that the...
  10. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Our first look at Cadillac's new CT4 was with the V model announced late last week. But a closer look at the car shows that the replacement for the ATS might just be a warmed-over ATS with a new badge instead of a ground-up redesign. The folks at Hagerty took a close look at the specs for the...
  11. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Attendees to the Belle Isle Grand Prix on Saturday were treated to a peek at the future of the V-Series. Mark Reuss and Ken Morris (VP of product) took to the track in even hotter, camouflaged V-Series cars. As we reported on Thursday, the CT4-V and CT5-V now mark the bottom end of the V-Series...
  12. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Cadillac unveiled the first performance variants associated with the CT4 and CT5 at an event in Detroit on Thursday. The CT4- and CT5-V bridge the gap that Cadillac perceives there to be between its regular cars and the track-ready V-Series cars of old. The two Vs unveiled in Detroit, therefore...
  13. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Although the CT4 has yet to be revealed, Cadillac plans on revealing its pumped-up sports variant on May 30. The follow-up to the ATS-though Cadillac will likely deny that-the CT4 will be Cadillac's baby sedan, slotting into the lineup below the slightly bigger CT5 and the more bigger CT6...
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