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GM's new Super-Caddy

The eagerly awaited 2009 Cadillac CTS-V packs high performance into a luxury body.

Pilot's seat
Cadillac CTS-V
Pilot's seat
The CTS-V offers a more starkly technical take on the standard CTS's flowing interior. The center console, the center area of the dashboard and the doors are trimmed in black Obsidian material.

A special microfiber material on the steering wheel, seats and shifter is intended to offer the feel and grip of suede but is easier to care for.

The CTS-V will have the the same 40-gigabyte hard-drive entertainment system as the standard CTS, plus Bluetooth capability for cell-phone use. (Bluetooth is also being added the standard CTS. The stereo and navigation can be controlled using an LCD screen that rises up from the dashboard.

Last updated January 09 2008: 2:10 PM ET

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