The impressive Cadillac CTS Coupe discontinued its production in 2014. This is a car that reflects a dramatic presence with its 318-horsepower direct-injection engine and stunning good looks. Among the amenities featured for the CTS coupe, are a keyless access and an adaptive remote start function.
The CTS Coupe and the CTS-V Coupe Attract Attention with Smart Good Looks and Performance
The CTS coupe and CTS-V coupe models introduced in 2011 were the first that Cadillac had brought to the showroom floor since the discontinuation in 2002 of their Eldorado. The coupes as well, were only available for a limited time as the CTS Coupe stopped production during 2014, and the CTS -V Coupe was discontinued after the 2015 model year. The two Cadillac Coupes came with a standard 3.6 Litre direct injected V6 engine delivering 304 horsepower, and were available with six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, as either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive configurations. When they were first revealed at the 2008 North American Detroit Auto Show, they certainly caused quite a sensation capturing the eye of many perspective buyers.
Special Edition Cadillac CTS Coupe for the End of a Generation
As a farewell for the CTS coupe models, during 2015 Cadillac built five-hundred special edition coupes that came available with several optional extras. The 556 horsepower CTS-V's came with an option for satin graphite coloured 19-inch wheels, a black chrome grille, red-painted Brembo brake calipers, suede steering wheel cover and shift knob, and Recaro seats. As well, there was an option to have midnight Sapele wood trim. For the buyers of the Special Edition CTS Coupes, there was an exclusive red contrast stitching for the interior. A heavy value was placed on the Red colour and the factory-correct details that car collectors will certainly adore in about twenty-five years time when the special edition Cadillac CTS Coupes will become acknowledged as collectibles.
Discontinued CTS Coupe
The 2014 discontinued Cadillac CTS coupe, and its discontinued sister coupe, the 2015 CTS- V Coupe, came with an option of an available sunroof, and the important choice of either a manual or an automatic, transmission. Among the features of the CTS-V coupe was an exclusive driver-focused cockpit, a 556 horsepower V8 engine with 551 lb-ft of torque. As well, adding to the excellent performance of this car is the revolutionary dual-mode Magnetic ride Control and race-inspired braking system.
Even though the rear end of the Cadillac CTS coupe came with a chopped off look to it, the car still delivered an elegance of superiority when seen on the road, with its deeply sculpted lined appearance. Besides the smart looks, the featured amenities such as keyless access, Adaptive Remote Start, and available Side Blind Zone Alert added to the superior drive offered by Cadillac with its two coupes.