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The 2011 Cadillac CTS-V coupe may be a modern car, but it's also an instant classic. It combines supercharged V8 power with exceptional luxury and one of the most attractive coupe designs of the era. So to find such a well-respected low mileage example means you're getting a rare opportunity at a car we all want.
Crystal Red Metallic is the exact right color for a coupe like this. The red has that sleek and aggressive look you want in a 550+ hp machine. But it also has a deeper tone that looks nice with the gold trim to deliver the sophisticated tone you want in a Cadillac. The paint's bright metallic radiance also complements the polished 19-inch sport wheels, tasteful trim, and the V-series chain-mesh grille. The design of the CTS coupe is swoopy and muscular, and that is only amplified in its rare performance V-series form. The factory body kit hugs the ground and gives this a wider stance. The hood has the unmistakable bulge of power underneath (more on that in a moment.) The rear has a well-integrated rear spoiler, and the central exhaust tips are pure racecar. It's a total package that loves to be aggressive, chic, and absolutely unique.
The all-black interior continues the performance car feeling. But Cadillac's real mission was to nicely balance luxury and aggression. For example, up front are a pair of sports seats that are finished in a supple leather with suede-like microfiber inserts. And these are not only power adjustable, but also they are heated and cooled. More great features include a power sunroof, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, tilt steering column, cruise control, power steering, dual airbags, and dual-zone automatic climate control. And the infotainment system is a cool modern unit that rises up from the dash to let you control the AM/FM/CD stereo, satellite radio, navigation system, Bluetooth, and back-up camera.
This low-mileage car has a clean and well-maintained look, right down to the engine bay. The roar of the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 is easily worth the price of admission. This special model produces a super-car-level 556 horsepower. It's mated to a six-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 shift buttons on the steering wheel give you a true F1-style experience. The advanced 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 help give firm control to a coupe that's electronically limited to ONLY 175 MPH!
This is a supercar-level experience presented in a properly preserved future-classic appearance. So you know what kind of opportunity this is. Call today!!!
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