During Grand Prix weekend in Detroit, Cadillac expanded its lineup as they unveiled two new performance sedans: the CT4-V and the CT5-V. Highlights of these exciting sedans include available Super Cruise, All Wheel Drive (AWD), Magnetic Ride Control 4.0 which is tuned specifically for V models to enhance comfort without sacrificing performance-oriented responsiveness, and new V-Mode drive mode personalization.
Building on over 15 years of performance credentials and Cadillac’s latest turbocharging technology, the first-ever 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V adds to the V-Series family, expanding the choices for the brand’s original V-Series lineup, which was introduced in 2004.
“The new V-Series sedan lineup defines modern sophistication by combining luxury appointments with thoughtful technology and athletic refinement for the discerning enthusiast,” said Brandon Vivian, Cadillac executive chief engineer. “We are inviting even more customers into the V-Series family by adding a new level of elevated performance between our Sport models and the ultimate, high-performance track capability that the V-Series has grown to represent.”
These sedans represent Cadillac’s realigned sedan portfolio, characterized by new proportions, innovative technologies and more appearance and performance choices. Both vehicles share in the latest standard V-Series performance technologies and according to Cadillac include the following features:
|CT4-V — Developed for a new generation of sedan customers, the first-ever CT4 blends nimble handling and Cadillac’s signature technology. The CT4-V takes these traits further, infusing the brand’s racing DNA for a dynamic, responsive and exhilarating driving experience.
||CT5-V — The first-ever CT5-V builds on the precision-focused details of the all-new luxury sedan introduced earlier this year to offer elevated road performance and an engaging driving experience.
Both of these carefully crafted luxury vehicles go on sale early in the 2020 calendar year, with production at General Motor’s Lansing Grand River facility in Michigan.