The 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe has the unmistakable styling and the power of alcohol, but the appearance of it is compromised, subpar space efficiency and dated interior limit its appeal. Several items previously optional are the standard 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe’s swan song, including the red brake calipers, a black chrome grille, Recaro front seats, wood lays, made of suede accents and red contrast stitching. That said however, the price more than last year’s model ,. Only 500 examples will be produced.
The 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe marks the end of the line for this distinctively styled, high-performance 2-door, and it’s still a lovely appealing package. If you enjoy raw power, the CTS-V will satisfy your craving and ridiculously powerful supercharged V8 engine. Unfortunately, this Cadillac makes some pretty big name of the style, so it is not really a car you’d want to drive every day. In addition, based on the previous-generation CTS platform, so you do not have the kinds of changes that have been made more contemporary sedan.
First, front headroom is tight, and only gets worse if your order with a sunroof. In addition, the dramatically angled window Coupe CTS-V’s rear to the rear seats, making them difficult to rear headroom and making it pretty unpleasant back when the sun beats down. You’ll also have to pack light, as a narrow opening and intrusive hinges on the trunk’s heavy obstacles. The design of the interior, meanwhile, dates to 2008 and looks the part; most competitors to give a more contemporary vibe.
Of course, you can prevent these issues whenever they want out of the 556-horse V8 the coupe’s CTS-V supercharged. With or six-speed manual transmission or six-speed automatic, the CTS-V will rocket to 60 mph in the low-range 4-second, right in line with the competition. Plus, thanks to its sophisticated adaptive suspension, the Coupe CTS-V rides pretty well for this class of vehicle. Handling is compromised in some way by the multitude of the Coupe and Hefti, but the cornering limits remain very high.
If you have an enviable job shops in this part, you’ll definitely want to sample compete with Cadillac’s. The 2015 BMW M4 provides a torque-rich six-cylinder turbocharged engine, superior handling and slick interior, lacking only drink V8 burble the CTS-V’s. The 2015 Audi RS 5 is about as old as the Caddy, but it is aging more gracefully, and its high-revving naturally aspirated V8 is a joy to be shut out. Like the Coupe CTS-V, the V8-powered 2015 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG in the twilight of the service, but its cabin complex and Nascar-lite exhaust note make it compelling choice. Overall, some reviewers have to give the nod to the vehicles on the Cadillac considering a few drawbacks for 2015 Cadillac CTS-V.