2010 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe

Caddy's high-speed wedge is one sharp package.

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Model Tested: Six-speed automatic

Story: Alex Bernstein

It’s not often you can have your cake and eat it too, but Cadillac thinks that old saying just ain’t right. While most cars are dedicated to just one task, the CTS-V Coupe manages to be able to do almost everything. Yep, it lets you get full, son. The V is capable of being a stylish, luxury boulevard cruiser or a burnout, straight-line beast—all depending on your mood and what buttons you press on its suede-wrapped steering wheel.

Sprinting to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and hitting just shy of 200 mph, this is a whip that can move. With a bulge in the hood housing a massive supercharger and a beastly front end that intimidates lesser commuters, Caddy’s new coupe definitely doesn’t go unnoticed, either. If you’ve been craving the performance of a Vette but wanted something classy with a backseat, the new CTS-V Coupe is an easy choice. Eat up.

Specs:

Damage: $63,465

Power: 556hp, 551 lb-ft

0-60: 3.9 secs

Gas Cash: 14 city, 19 hwy

Miles Driven: 472