After eight years of producing your run-of-the-mill luxury sedan, Cadillac decided they wanted to join a high-performance party and saw that the CTS platform was perfect. In 2010, Cadillac introduced the CTS-V, a high-performance sedan variant. With the introduction of the second-generation CTS-V, Bob Lutz, then GM Vice Chairmen, entertained the idea of a wagon version of the car, believing that it would offer the perfect balance of power and practicality. This 2014 Cadillac CTS-V wagon is a product of that vision and is currently up for sale.
The CTS-V by itself is a very aggressive and performance-oriented luxury vehicle that features a bold and muscular exterior design. The front of the car was dominated by Cadillac's signature grille, which was flanked by sharp, angular headlights that gave the car an aggressive and athletic look. The hood featured a subtle power bulge, hinting at the car's impressive performance capabilities. But the rear end is why the wagon gets its own appearance. This example sports a Black Raven exterior and sits on 19x9" front and 19x9.5" rear wheels coated in Satin Graphite that hide a set of red Brembo brake calipers. Cadillac hadn't forgotten that the CTS at its root was still a luxury car, and stepping into the cabin of this 2014 Cadillac CTS-V wagon's interior will remind you of that. Passengers are greeted to a beautiful setting enveloped in black and ebony leather. Up front, the car has a set of Recaro Performance seats that are heated and ventilated. The steering wheel and shift knob is sueded and ready to take driver input in a set of sport alloy pedals.
Under the hood of this subtle 2014 Cadillac CTS V wagon sits a 6.2L LSA supercharged V8 pushing 640hp to the wheels via an 8-speed automatic gearbox. The preferred equipment group is 1SV, and the current owner reports that the car has been fitted with an aftermarket air intake. The car also comes equipped with a remote vehicle start, as well as a pedal commander.
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