Cadillac’s CTS nameplate entered the scene in 2002 as the replacement for the Catera in the mid-sized luxury car, or executive car segment. Running through three generations and produced as a sedan, sport wagon and coupe, the CTS nameplate saw the sunset in 2019. What we have here is a 2011 Cadillac CTS V Coupe of the second generation. The second generation premiered at the 2007 North American Auto Show, and debuted a year later. It was the only generation to offer all three body styles. This example comes from Indiana with 59,500 miles on the clock, and a host of upgrades under the skin.
The second-generation CTS saw a sharpening of the angular lines, and this 2011 Cadillac CTS V Coupe highlights that in its Pearl White exterior, complemented by 19-inch black alloys. Recessed door handles, a deck lid spoiler, smoked rear lighting clusters and purposeful twin chrome exhaust pipes differentiate it from lesser models, if the ‘V’ badges weren’t enough. The interior presents itself in black, with black leather seating for four occupants. The front powered, heated, and ventilated seats have the ‘V’ emblem on them. The ‘Air Force’ gauge sits proud center on the dash. You also get an entertainment system with radio and CD player. Cruise control is present on the steering wheel buttons as well.
The stock second generation CTS-V has a 376ci (6.2L) Chevrolet LSA supercharged V8 under the hood, that kicks out 556hp and 551lb.ft of torque to the rear wheels via a 6L-90 six-speed automatic transmission. This example has been fettled and is reported to be running 17 psi of boost, with reported power and torque figures at 776hp and 710lb.ft. There’s a host of upgrades under the hood, including 1,000cc injectors, a 10% over harmonic balancer, D3 Pro Speed front intercooler, stage LSA head porting, BTR Supercharged stage-2 cam, valve springs with retainers and pushrods, C5R timing chain, ARP balancer bolt, Nick Williams boosted throttle body, PNR ice tank, DSX flex fuel kit and auxiliary pump, Kong ported blower, Stainless Works exhaust, DDP cold air intake, brand-new NGK spark plugs that were recently installed, Mighty Mouse oil catch can and a brand-new battery installed in 2021. Factory parts include the J56 big brake kit that includes 6-piston calipers at the front. The CTS-V also comes with Cadillac’s adjustable Magneride technology for the adaptive dampers. A stock CTS-V is rated at 4.0 seconds flat for the zero to sixty sprint and the top speed of automatic variants is limited to 175mph, so this boosted example should better the factory figures.
Car Location: Indiana Under 60,000 miles reported Pearl white exterior Black leather interior Automatic transmission- 6 speed Upgrades: 1000cc Injectors Harmonic Balancer 10% over Lower pulley Gates belt D3 pro speed front intercooler Stage LSA head porting BTR supercharged stage 2 cam BTR valve springs w/ steel retainers BTR push rods C5R timing chain ARP balancer bolt Nick Williams boosted throttle body 102 Dedicated motor sport ZL1 conversion kit lid PNR ice tank DSX flex fuel kit DSX auxiliary fuel pump Kong ported blower Stainless Works exhaust DDP cold air intake Brand new NGK spark plugs recently installed Mighty Mouse oil catch can Brand new battery replaced in 2021 Front brake rotors J56 - factory big brake kit Rear J56 brakes -factory 6 piston caliper big brake kit in the front - factory 2.55 upper pulley Reported to pull about 17 pounds of boost Air force gauge installed Reported to make 776 HP Reported to make 710 Torque
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