2012 Cadillac Cts V on 2040-cars
Havana, Florida, United States
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SUPERB 9/10 CONDITION
AMAZING EXHAUST SOUND
WITH 20 mos. REMAINING ON 2-YR AFTER-MARKET WARRANTY (ASSURANT)
...AND GET THE FASTEST GROCERIES ON THE ROAD...
...THIS IS THE ONE YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR.
This particular V Wagon is great for stealth. As close as a supercar can get to blending in.
1: I had the chrome strip above the rear license plate color-matched to the body.
2: the car is debadged not only from the three "V" symbols (sides & rear), but also the "CTS" letters. I have them
all, in mint condition, included with sale (see pics)
3: this is the classy greenish-grey Chromaflair Thundergray. It looks amazing and often "changes" depending the
time of day and light conditions. Sometimes a predictable business grey look .. others, a semi-exotic greenish hue.
4: no sunroof = more headroom. Here in Miami, I appreciated it since more glass just turns the car into a
5: seats are regular Cadillac seats, not Recaros. They are comfy, functional and great.
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Auto blogWed, 14 Aug 2013
Cadillac will unveil the next Escalade in October, at an event in New York City. It will be the sole member of GM's large SUV family to not get a debut at the Texas State Fair, which we don't think is all that surprising, considering the kind of clientele attracted by the big Caddy.
The new truck, from the few teaser images and spy shots we've seen, has evolved with the rest of the Cadillac range. We've got a glimpse of its tall, thin headlights, which look like an evolution of what's on the current truck. Expect some kind of egg-crate grille, reminiscent of the new CTS and ATS, while Cadillac's CUE system should feature heavily in what we hope is a thoroughly revised cabin.
The event takes place on October 7, so check back then for more info on the all-new Escalade.
General Motors isn't the first automaker to deliver in-car Internet access, but a proposed plan announced today could make the technology more widespread than any of its competitors have offered. By the 2015 model year, most Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and GMC products in the US and Canada will offer 4G LTE mobile broadband access. Initially, GM will just be pairing with AT&T to deliver this service, but additional carriers will be revealed in the future.
Current in-car Wi-Fi hot spots are limited to 3G, but GM says that 4G LTE is 10 times faster than 3G service and will allow for full Internet access, including streaming video for entertainment as well as services like real-time traffic updates and navigation driving directions. There is also no need for a paired smartphone with this new system, which should make it easier to use, and GM and AT&T will also be working together to develop new apps for customers.
Buyers can expect to start seeing 4G LTE in their cars starting next year, and GM is already planning to expand the service to other global markets as well. All of the information from GM's announcement is posted in a press release below.
"We were going to do a front-wheel drive Cadillac compact off of Delta because it was going to be less expensive," Doug Parks, General Motors' vice president of global product programs, told the Automotive News during the Detroit Auto Show in January of this year. That sentence, referring to early ATS discussions more than five years ago - a period when the automaker, and the industry, was struggling - reveals that Cadillac's highly acclaimed rear-wheel drive compact sedan almost never happened.
Parks revealed that that automaker actually built a 2.0-liter test mule, on GM's Delta platform (shared with the Chevrolet Cruze and Buick Verano) and tested it in Europe. While the prototype was "pretty darn good," according to Parks, the team realized that in order to compete against Mercedes-Benz and BMW it would have to invest in a new rear-wheel drive platform.
The resulting all-new Alpha platform would eventually underpin the Cadillac ATS, and many would argue that its balanced rear-wheel drive chassis is its single most important attribute. Thankfully, the Alpha's goodness won't stop with the ATS. The upcoming 2014 Cadillac CTS and the future Camaro will also share its architecture, meaning the Cimarron will remain a distant memory.