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What originally attracted you to the Cadillac CTS-V?

When I first saw the pictures of a 400 Horsepower, 6 speed manual Cadillac with 4-piston Brembo brakes (and that big shiny mesh grille) in Motor Trend Magazine, I knew it was going to be a very special and unique car. After I test drove it, I was in love. The main thing to keep in mind is, at that time, it was the only domestic 400 Horsepower sedan on the market, and it has literally taken about 4-5 years for all of the other car companies to produce luxury-performance sedans that match the performance specs of the first generation CTS-V. Even the brand new Camaro SS (100 lbs lighter, 26 HP more, and better stock tires than a 2004 CTS-V) could not manage to beat the first generation CTS-V’s Nurburging lap time, which was reportedly 8:19.

Read More: http://gm.gearboxmagazine.com/2010/03/c-j-sloans-2004-cadillac-cts-v/

Bruce

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