Cadillac can make a more powerful car than the Corvette not only bacuse they cost more, but because they aren't really in the same class. The only Cadillac model that would possibly steal from Corvette buyers is the XLR. And at that price and that power, I don't see it stealing anybody. And if or when they make a XLR-V, it will cost so much it will be more likely to steal buyers from the $100 grand price class rather than the Vette. As far as the CTS and STS, they can give them as much power as they want because they aren't competing with the Corvette. The thing is, I just don't see any car getting the LS2 untill Corvette has it for 2005. GM would just want to debut the engine in the 'American sports car.' But that's just what I think, three or four models could get the LS2 next year if GM wants to. We'll see...Originally posted by crazywop112@Feb 9 2004, 04:54 PM
Cadillac can make a more powerful car than the Vette because Cadillacs cost more money. The GN was a problem because it costed less.