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Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V track rats will add the Blackwing name, but not the engine

When the first CTS-V arrived in 2004, it became clear that Cadillac meant business. Keen to shed its geriatric reputation and bold enough to target BMW M and AMG, Cadillac’s V-Series quickly built a reputation for formidable, no-excuses performances. From the original CTS-V came the second- and third-generation versions as well as the wickedly agile ATS-V. The next cars to carry that track-capable mantle, Cadillac announced today, will be the Blackwing variants of the CT4-V and CT5-V. Read the full article on

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It's a bit of bummer that Cadillac sedan got really good just as buyer's tastes switched to SUVs. Maybe these will turn that tide...

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