2015 Cadillac CTS Release Date and Price
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Meanwhile some rumors told that 2015 Cadillac CTS date will be in late this year. There is no purpose why you should be eventually missed when it comes to the high-class and relaxation that comes with Cadillac vehicles. This car is made in a way that they will provide you even more than you predicted. What do you think of this 2015 Cadillac CTS? Do you think you will be falling in love to this car? Or, you even think that you will have one? We promise that we will update soon after Cadillac announces 2015 Cadillac CTS date.
Powertrain 2015 Cadillac CTS
The biggest news on the performance front is the addition of the new Vsport model, which corrals all the performance gear (18-inch staggered tires, 245 front/275 rear — optional 19s wear 255-series rubber all around), a quicker steering ratio (15.4:1 versus 16.5:1), larger front brakes (13.6 inch versus 12.6 inch), an electronic limited-slip differential, a track-rated engine-cooling package, and Cadillac’s spanking new direct-injected, twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V-6.
Rated at 420 hp and 430 lb-ft, it’s GM’s most powerful V-6 ever, and we’re promised it will set a new benchmark for responsiveness thanks to the ultra-short trip the compressed air makes from the quick-spooling turbos, up through the manifold-mounted intercoolers, and down into the cylinders. Spinning through a new Aisin-Warner eight-speed automatic, the Vsport should be good for 0-60 times in the 4.6-second range, with stops from 60 taking fewer than 130 feet. The 2.0-liter turbo, naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V-6, and six-speed automatic will carry over; a new V-8-powered V model is expected later in the model run.
2015 Cadillac CTS Interior and Exterior
Now that the Cadillac CTS has a baby brother to cover the 3 Series/C-Class market properly, it’s free to move up in size, style, and stature to confront the 5 Series/E-Class segment head on. To that end, Cadillac design director Mark Adams says his team was guided by “the three Ls: longer, lower, leaner.” Hence this third-generation car is lengthened by 5.0 inches, with only 1.1 inches of that in the wheelbase, and much of it in rear overhang. It’s also lowered by 0.8 inch, and thanks to extensive use of aluminum and savvier use of high-strength steel, the base car is 250 pounds lighter (V-6 models weigh around 175 pounds less) for a claimed best-in-class curb weight of 3600 pounds.