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CADILLAC CT4-V   2019 2022
2019 2022

Based on a brand new model called the CT4, the 2020 Cadillac CT4-V is essentially a mildly sportier version of the former but without going all-out like the V-Series versions of before.
Instead of going against established rivals like the Audi S4 or the Mercedes-AMG C 43, Cadillac decided to go a step down with the performance, for reasons that are yet to be fully known.

Just like the new CT5 in V guise, the CT4-V is based on the rear-wheel-drive Alpha architecture, and can be had in either RWD and AWD. Unlike its predecessor, the ATS-V, which was powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 with over 460 horsepower, the newly introduced CT4-V has to make do with a “high-output 2.7L Turbo” four-cylinder engine that delivers 325 horsepower. The engine is mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox and the CT4-V is not offered with a manual gearbox option, however, it has paddle shifters. The good thing is that both AWD and RWD version come as standard with a limited-slip differential.

The CT4 is built at the Lansing Grand River plant and went on sale in 2020. It has a starting price of $33,990 and compared to its rivals at that time, the Audi AA and the MB C-Class, the entry-level luxury sedan is cheaper - one of the major differences between the CT4 and its rivals.

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CADILLAC CT4-V Blackwing
CADILLAC CT4-V Blackwing  2021 2022
2021 2022

Cadillac dropped two bombs in February 2021 with a pair of track-ready sedans determined to steal the Germans’ performance premium crowns.
The CT4-Blackwing was the supped-up Caddillac that all the younger generation still attracted to performance vehicles should try. The American premium carmaker threw its punches to the BMW 3-Series and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class when it introduced a high-performance sports sedan available with a Tremec 6-speed manual twin-discs. Thus, the officials said, the driver won’t burn the clutch. Its magnetic ride control and the electronically controlled rear LSD were tuned for daily drives to the grocery store or track performance.

There were a few differences from the outside on the CT4-Blackwing compared to the regular CT4. It looked sportier and meaner. Its dagger-like daytime running lights with LEDs were spread from top to bottom of the front fascia. Between them, a mesh-grille with carbon-fiber elements on the top enhanced the sporty look. From its sides, through the 18” light-alloy-wheels, the massive 380 mm (14.96”) disc brakes confirmed the car’s sporty designation. A carbon-fiber aerodynamic kit was offered as an option and completed the look with a wing spoiler and a diffuser in the back of the car.

Inside, apart from the sport bucket seats, the carmaker added more carbon-fiber trims on the door panels and the center console. A TFT display replaced the analog dials but kept a traditional look for the tachometer, which was placed in the middle.

From the technological point of view, the CT4-Blackwing featured a twin-turbo V6 engine that provided 472 hp and 640 Nm (472 lb-ft) of torque sent to the rear wheels via a standard 6-speed manual or a 10-speed automatic. Cadillac took an intriguing decision to fit titanium connecting rods for the engines paired to a manual gearbox.

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