GM's new Super-Caddy

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

Design cues
Design cues
On the outside, the major design cues that mark this car are the enlarged mesh grill, to allow for increased airflow to the engine, and a marked bulge in the hood, to allow room for the CTS-V's supercharger.

Large 19-inch wheels and thinner tire sidewalls make for better traction and handling. There are other subtle changes to the front and rear faces of the car to improve aerodynamics, as well. The CTS-V's winglike rear stop light, for example, is taller than in the standard CTS.

The CTS-V is expected to go on sale in the fall.

Last updated January 09 2008: 2:10 PM ET

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