buying 2022 Cadillac V-Series Blackwing Cars Getting Performance Steering Wheel
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Cadillac's full-size CT6 is surprisingly great with a Blackwing V8 under the hood. Too bad it's not long for this world.Let's recap: The Cadillac CT6 launched in 2016, with a trio of four- and six-cylinder engines, and a plug-in hybrid version soon followed. A small refresh in late 2018 brought sharper styling and a revised powertrain strategy. Just over a year later, the CT6 is already no longer in production, GM's Detroit-Hamtramck plant is now being retooled to produce all sorts of EVs.
- has released a teaser image of the steering wheel for its performance-oriented and vehicles.
- The leather-wrapped and carbon-fiber-trimmed wheel offers quick access to Cadillac's V-Mode and Performance Track Management system.
- The Blackwing variants of the vehicles should appease those looking for track performance from a Cadillac.
We have a good idea what the Blackwing variants of the 2022 CT5-V and CT4-V will look like on the outside considering the regular versions are already on the road. So instead of Cadillac giving us a glimpse of what we've already seen, the automaker instead decided to show off the part of the vehicle you'll be in constant contact with, the steering wheel.
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Troy Trepanier Built the 1959 Coupe de Ville that won the Triple Crown of Rodding Award In the Street Cruiser Class at the 2019 Shades of the Past Hot Rod Roundup. The winning car in the Street Cruiser category is this 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, owned by Randy Wilcox. 1/20 SLIDES © Robert McGaffin 004-1959-CADILLAC-CONV-WILCOX.jpg 2/20 SLIDES © Robert McGaffin 005-1959-CADILLAC-CONV-WILCOX.jpg 3/20 SLIDES © Robert McGaffin 006-1959-CADILLAC-CONV-WILCOX.
The steering wheel of the upcoming 2022 CT5-V and CT4-V Blackwing is wrapped in leather with carbon-fiber trim. At top center is a red racing stripe that looks to be the same hue as the red V on the left side of the wheel. That's Cadillac's way of giving drivers quick access to its V-Mode system. On the right side of the wheel are controls for the automaker's Performance Track Management system.
The V-Series Blackwing vehicles are Cadillac's version of the BMW M and Mercedes-Benz AMG performance variants. Thewill have a twin-turbocharged V-6, while the will have a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 with around 650 horsepower. Both will have an optional six-speed manual transmission. Now we also know what the steering wheel of that Cadillacs will look like when it hits showrooms.
Freaky Cadillac Brougham Hearse Rides High On Chevy Truck Chassis .
It even comes with a coffin in the back. Halloween is right around the corner, and this 1990 Cadilac Brougham hearse is for sale. It rides closer to heaven thanks to sitting on a lifted Chevrolet K10 truck chassis. Make your costume a hazmat suit to handle social distancing concerns and use this beast to hand out candy on October 31. A Cadillac Brougham hearse is eye-catching in any specification, but this one grabs even more attention with its massive ride height. The beast sits on 17-inch wheels with rugged mud-terrain tires. A skull logo is on the swingout back door.