The problem with platinum is that without close examination, it’s easily mistaken for stainless steel or some other quotidian material. Such is the challenge faced by Cadillac. Despite a decade of fine offerings, including the CTS-V, the marque suffers from a made-in-Detroit stigma. That’s a shame, because, as a few of our judges recognized, the CT6 Platinum is a really good car. Top-notch performance and amenities and overall excellence usually go hand in hand with a six-figure price tag, but the CT6 delivers these attributes for a lot less. “It’s surprisingly comfortable, with excellent handling and acceleration,” said Nick Nikolov. Click here to read more!