Read more about the 2016 Cadillac CT6 Review at AutoGuide.com. There’s a new luxury flagship sedan on the scene and it’s going for the throat of rival cars like the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. No, it’s not a Jaguar, Audi or something from Lexus, but a Cadillac, born, bred and built in the Motor City.
Given its pedigree, the all-new 2016 CT6 may sound like a hulking chunk of Detroit iron, but this is one notion that really puts the ass
in assumption. Undercutting competing vehicles, this Caddy’s platform is rife with advanced engineering.
The CT6 is similar in size to a 7 Series
or an S-Class,
with a wheelbase stretching 122.4 inches. Overall length is 204 inches with a width of 74 inches. The aforementioned BMW, for comparison’s sake, features a hub-to-hub span of just less than 121 inches. Its overall length is an even 200 inches and its width measures 74.9 inches.
Thanks to intelligent engineering, the CT6 weighs much less than its primary rivals. A base model tips the scales at about 3,700 pounds. In comparison, a 2015 BMW 740i – the lightest of the range – clocks in at more than 4,300, while an S550 is heftier by half a ton!
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Read more about the 2016 Detroit Auto Show Coverage at AutoGuide.com. The New Year is upon us and that means the 2016 Detroit Auto Show is right around the corner.
Each year, the North American International Auto Show plays host to numerous worldwide debuts, with last year’s show stunning the crowd with the new Ford GT, Shelby GT350R and production Acura NSX, to name a few. There will certainly be some surprises at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, but here are AutoGuide.com
‘s top 10 most anticipated debuts that have been confirmed to make a public appearance from January 11-24, 2016.
Read more about Poll: Cadillac ATS-V or BMW M4? at AutoGuide.com. If you’re in the market for a high-performance coupe there are several excellent options on the market. Two of the best are the Cadillac ATS-V and BMW’s M4. Caddy’s
cruise missile is motivated by a 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged V6. It cranks out 464 horsepower and 445 lb-ft of torque. For die-hard enthusiasts you can opt for a proper six-speed manual gearbox or a slushbox with eight forward ratios.
Not to be outgunned, BMW’s
rival M4 features a force-fed straight six that delivers 425 ponies and 406 units of twist. As for transmissions, you can get a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic or a six-speed stick. As for pricing, this Bimmer starts around $62,000. An entry-level ATS-V can be had for roughly 60 big ones.
But which of these powerful two-doors do you prefer? Which one floats your boat a little higher? Compare these cars right here.