Sure there’s not much of a business case for the new CTS-V, as there’s a reason BMW and Audi don’t sell their super wagons on our shores. Consumer demand for these wagons are low, but if you need space for 5, utility for large objects, and the ability to obliterate pretty much anything from a stoplight or twisty road, your car’s arrived. If we had the means, it’d be in the Autobytel fleet in a heartbeat.
What it is: Cadillac’s super sedan with room for 5 and all their stuff.
Cool features: Start with 556 horsepower. Then consider 551 lb-ft. of torque. Finally, look at the back end and notice the liftgate allowing for 58 cubic foot maximum cargo capacity. Has a supercar ever been so practical?
Bottom line: Where do I sign?
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