Top Shops June 2014: In the Fast Lane

On February 14, a Venom GT supercar by Hennessey Performance ( reached a speed of 270.49 mph at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and became the world’s fastest two-seat production sports car—a distinction that once belonged to Bugatti and Swedish hypercar manufacturer Koenigsegg. The feat also made Hennessey arguably the world’s top tuning shop: […]

Cadillac CTS Makes its Mark with Art & Science

This fall’s introduction of the 2014 Cadillac CTS marks the third generation of the rear-drive sedan that shifted the division’s competitive focus from traditional brands like Lincoln to European luxury makes such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW. The original CTS did that with edgy styling dubbed Art & Science that blended Cadillac-specific cues like stacked headlamps […]

FrontRunners: Cadillac CTS-V

Cadillac has launched the world’s most wicked station wagon, a vehicle derived from the carmaker’s new CTS-V Coupe and Sport Sedan. The CTS-V Wagon (, which has a starting price of about $63,000 and will be produced on a built-to-order basis, satisfies drivers with a need for speed and space. The evil Caddy is powered […]

Car of the Year 2011: No. 13 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe

Motown Hit Kudos to Cadillac for having the chutzpah to go head-to-head with Europe’s most formidable sport coupes, and in measurable ways, trouncing them on their own tracks. The CTS-V sedan is a little monster with a giant engine; the Coupe ditches two doors, piles on extra style and even more attitude, and makes a […]

On a Speed Kick, Cadillac Adds Another CTS-V with 556-hp Wagon

Year after year, Cadillac demonstrates a startling, Benjamin Button–like tendency to age in reverse, transforming from a straitlaced old money marque into a brand that increasingly lights up the eyes of younger, trendier, and decidedly more performance-minded drivers. Derived from the already acclaimed CTS four-door, the CTS-V sedan arrived for the 2010 model year as […]

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