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Yes, you're looking at a 200 MPH supercar-level luxury sedan. This 2017 Cadillac CTS-V is one of the meanest and most advanced cars on the street right now, and you can pick up this low-mileage example for thousands $$$$$ less because these are the few years before the full classic car market remembers this one.
When you think of a sharp-dressed man, you imagine a black tuxedo with just the right amount of flair showing. That's what this CTS-V does. The Back Raven paint has the dark presence of formal wear. Not only does low mileage mean it retains a factory-like shine, but also there was $1,000 invested in a ceramic coating to protect the finish and give it a hard shine. This deep black complements the midnight-like matte black 19-inch V-sport wheels. There are also the right touches of brightness on the special V-series chain-mesh grilles, window trim, door handles, and awesome LED light package. We love how the lightweight carbon fiber hood not only bulges with the big motor beneath (more on that in a moment,) but it also has massive inlets because you know this monster needs to breathe. The factory body kit hugs the ground and gives this a wider stance. Plus, the rear has a well-integrated rear spoiler as well as four bold exhaust tips. The total package is the ultimate mixture of intimidation and sophistication that makes the CTS-V a brute in a tailored suit.
More darkness awaits in the Jet Black interior. This comes with all the modern features you could want, including tri-zone automatic climate control, power seats, heated seats, wireless phone charging, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/ignition, cruise control, and the optional Ultarview sunroof that's like having a roof made of glass. There's even a nifty storage container that electronically opens up where you can connect your phone out of sight. The 8-inch center display is your gateway to Cadillac's CUE infotainment system that includes your access to connected audio, Bluetooth, and much more. There's just too much to list here. That's why you'll find the original window sticker in the photos with the full breakdown (it also shows how much money you save.) But more than luxurious, this has all your favorite performance pieces. This includes a grippy sports steering wheel, head-up display, and a gauge cluster that can be programmed to have the tach prominently in the center like a race car.
The roar of the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 is easily worth the price of admission. This special model produces a supercar-level 640 horsepower. It's mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, which is the key to the CTS-V's total appeal. After all, you can commute with ease as the gearbox shifts itself. But for those times when the road opens up, the paddle shifters on the steering wheel give you a true F1-style experience. Magnetic Ride Control also means being able to go from a comfortable cruiser to a road-hugging suspension on demand. Plus, features like Brembo four-wheel disc brakes, limited slip rear end, and Michelin Pilot tires allow you to fully embrace a machine capable of 200 MPH.
This is a supercar-level experience presented in a properly preserved future-classic appearance. So you know what kind of rare opportunity this is to both collect and enjoy. Call today!!!
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