2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, No More Rumors: GM Press Release 2009 CTS-V in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by onebadcad
Life is good, Cadillac rules, now lets go drill in Alaska and put a muzzle on ...
In a few years, half the fleet is gonna be 50 mpg hybrid/plug-in stuff mixed in with some high hp stuff mixed in with some old stuff (i.e. current stuff). Gasoline may even go down in price unless balanced out by dramatically increased oil consumption in India and China.
On another note, if I ever get the chance to get a new V (20-30% probability), there's gonna be a shit-load of slightly-used mods in the classifieds here as I bring my car back to close to stock.
Oh! I thought this was the "Random Thoughts" thread.
Well, after a long time hiatus away from the Forum, I am back! This new V has brought back feelings similar to those I felt waiting for the 1st gen. V to arrive. Reading the specs on this new V have me shaking my head in astonishment, excitement, and disbelief! I so want one!
This car is awesome! I have this completely insane number crunching scheme going on in my head as to how I can keep my current V, AND buy a new one!
Automobile(s): 05 V -Blk/Blk/Blk Corsa exhaust, UCC, K&N, Kooks Headers,
Re: No More Rumors: GM Press Release 2009 CTS-V
According to the pictures in the release, they also changed to a 5 lug wheel -( I assume so we can't use the 19 in wheels on our V's - ) It also mentioned they kept their much beloved "dual mass boat anchor" The only good news would appear to be the HP that can be gained by changing the RV cam for a performance cam. That is a positive displacement blower, not a turbo!!