Definitely will be buying one. At 550/550 this thing is going to be one sick ride! I have been looking for a reason to spend my $3500 on the GM card. I bought my GM corporate car in March of 06 with 3K miles, for $41,500 certified. It will be hard to spend 60K+, but I am just going to have to get over it.
someone may have posted this already, but im not reading through all the pages to figure it out, but... here is another article with some pictures of angles that i havent yet seen. enjoy!
I think it's hot!
I am not so hot on the side vents.
I think they should have vented the hood.
I hate the pop up NAV, I hate the front fascia, I hate the side vents, I hate the chrome grille again, I hate the rims, I hate the exhaust............................It has 550HP/550TQ? Nevermind. :D
Ok, my decision on a non-daily driver car next year just got a lot harder. The C6 was my most recent choice. M5, C63 and Lotus Exige were all in the running. Although I think I'll throw the Exige out because it is too small and feels like a $65k kit car. The new CTS V is sharp and I expect the dealers to be asking $5k over sticker at first. I would just wait until the demand drops in 6 months. Price around $60k base seems about right, before you add GGT and I'll most likely go with the auto. My guess is $65k for a fully loaded V which is what I was looking at on my C6 Vert but C6s are not going for MSRP anymore.
M5 is nice but interior is too bland IMO. C63 is sweat and probably around $73k. The V needs to stay $10k under the AMG.
Who made Florian a mod? I leave this site and everything goes to heck. Just kidding!
GM, don't pay attention to what most think the V will be priced at ( around 63-65k). Keep it in the 50's like you planned to do.
Now thats just nasty.
Taking orders to get on the list now. Will sell for MSRP..