|Pricing||$58,995 - $96,495|
|Engines||3.6l V6, 4.2l V8 T|
|Fuel Economy||14-18 (city), 25-27 (highway)|
Both the 2.0l and 3.0l engine options have been dropped. Trim levels are now Luxury, Premium Luxury, Platinum, and CT6-V. Badging on the rear decklid reflects engine torque (in N-m) and not displacement, so V6 models show 400 and V8 models show 800.
Cadillac today unveiled the CT6 V-Sport, the first-ever V-Performance model of its top-of-range sedan. The introduction of the high-performance variant coincides with a makeover of the entire CT6 lineup that incorporates the newest iteration of Cadillac's design language featured on the Escala Concept. The Cadillac V-Sport portfolio currently includes the CTS V-Sport and the XTS V-Sport. "Cadillac V-Sport is the embodiment of our passion to deliver an exhilarating driving experience without compromises," said Cadillac President Johan...Read.
|CT6 Luxury||4||3.6l V6 (335-bhp)||A10||AWD||18 / 27 / 22||67||$58,995|
|CT6 Premium Luxury||4||3.6l V6 (335-bhp)||A10||AWD||18 / 27 / 22||65||$74,495|
|CT6 Platinum||4||4.2l V8 T (500-bhp)||A10||AWD||14 / 25 / 19||71||$96,495|
|CT6 V||4||4.2l V8 T (550-bhp)||A10||AWD||14 / 25 / 19||71||$94,895|