Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Review

Described as the car of the future, this $63000 brilliantly designed car offers an exceptional driving pleasure that is beyond surreal. Clearly, the Cadillac manufacturers had something hidden in their sleeves. The sporty 2011 CTS-V Coupe has a layout that will leave any driving enthusiast eye gaping and jaw-dropping. The front is designed in such a way that the carved bonnet inclining inwards towards the headlights. The iconic and easy to spot the crest logo is present at the front. The vertical headlights fulfill the stylistic design of this modern two-door monster. The covers of the roofline have sharp window graphics. The flat strips at the rear cover the taillight endings and its extreme angular design are bolstered by the geometrically crafted rear pillars.

When it comes to performance, this car holds nothing back. It has a 6.2L engine (almost twice the amount used in standard CTS Coupe). The supercharged engine produces over 500 horsepower under a torque weight of way above five hundred pounds. In simple translation, this car requires three seconds to achieve 60 mph acceleration. The resonating engine sound is quelled by the luxurious Cadillac cabin atmosphere. However, the supercharged engine whine is vivid. The car handling is beyond firm. Thanks to its streamlined nature and magnetically enhanced suspensions, drivers can enjoy a stable driving experience. This agile handling assures one of smooth driving even in the harshest of weather conditions.

Obviously enough, thanks to its super huge engine, the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe is a fuel guzzler. During these tough economic times, people do not want to dig deeper into their pockets for fuel so this car is not a wise automobile investment. On the other hand, this car can be used for all your daily commuting hustles as well as for sports racing during the weekends.