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CADILLAC CT5-V   2019 2022
2019 2022

The 2020 names for the Cadillac made a lot of people braking their tongues and brains figuring out what’s about the new names and numbers.
To get here simple, this is the CT5-V 2020 model.

The CT5 replaced the older CTS. The CT5-V didn’t replace the CTS-V. The CTS-V had a 6.2-liter V8 engine (ZL1) while the CT5-V had half of that. Under the hood, there was a twin-turbo V6 engine.

The look of the CT5-V was slightly different than that of a CT5. For starters, the -V version had angrier LED headlights and air-scoops design inspired by performance vehicles. Like any other V series, the grille was completely black, with a black mesh and the big, Cadillac badge in the middle. Its entire presence was sporty. A set of Brembo brakes was fitted to the front of the car, and the red calipers could have been seen through the 19” light-alloy wheel fitted as standard.

Inside the CT5-V there was a big infotainment unit mounted on top of the center console. It supported Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The bucket-seats upfront provided good lateral support. The CT5-V was designed and built to compete against the European premium vehicles such as the BMW 3-Series, the Audi A4, and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Some interior details were special. For instance, there was a special pocket for a mobile phone. It was installed in the center storage space, but poking out near the center armrest. It had a split line on one side that allowed a charging cable to be attached to the phone.

For the platform, the CT5-V received new amenities from the latest Chevrolet Corvette. The Magnetic ride control 4.0 version from the supercar was installed in the CT5-V.

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CADILLAC CT5-V Blackwing
CADILLAC CT5-V Blackwing  2021 2022
2021 2022

Cadillac took a luxury sedan and turned it into a hot-rod when it dropped the Corvette engine under its hood, but it did more than that.
For a long time, the American luxury sedans were just comfortable. Apart from their fuel-injection system, they had the same technology as a WWII car. It was no wonder that the Germans were all over them on the streets and in the sales charts. Then, Cadillac said, “that’s it!” and forgot its regular customers from the AARP and turned its attention towards the younger generations. Then, the GM management realized that a powerful Cadillac is a better Cadillac. So, the performance Caddies were born.

They say not to judge a book by its cover, but the CT5-Blackwing says a lot about itself. Its headlights looked like it was from the Marvel world. Its broad mesh-grille was complemented by a lower one in the apron while the two vertical LED strips resembled two daggers from a silent killer. The design team added more spice in the back, including a carbon-fiber trunk-spoiler and, under the bumper, a multi-slat diffuser that hid four squared exhausts.

Inside, the carmaker tried to offer a sportier look for its customers. In a way, it did it by installing carbon-fiber trims on the door panels and the center console, but not on the dashboard. The instrument cluster featured a TFT display where the tachometer took center stage.

The CT5-Blackwing was the most potent street vehicle ever built by the American carmaker. Unlike its main rivals, its 6.2-liter supercharged engine was paired as standard to a 6-speed manual gearbox while a 10-speed automatic was on the options list.

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