The new V8 is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission and sends its power to all four wheels. The chassis of the new CT6 V-Sport also features a mechanical limited-slip rear differential and a specially tuned Magnetic Ride Control suspension.
“With its lightweight architecture, an all-new Cadillac Twin Turbo V-8 coupled with the tightened suspension and revised AWD torque split, we’ve enhanced the CT6 to be well-balanced and capable of all conditions,” said Lyndon Lie, CT6 chief engineer.
Other highlights include a new infotainment system, with Cadillac saying that it’s the most advanced interface they’ve ever offered. The system uses a 10-inch 1080p display and promises an intuitive operation, better voice recognition and snappy responses. It’ll also be able to receive over-the-air updates.
Cadillac hasn’t released yet any performance data for the new CT6 V-Sport.