Reinventing The Prestige Sedan
How does one reinvent himself? By looking at Cadillac’s all-new CT6 sedan, one would say the process is thoughtful and deliberate. Riding the line between the demands of traditional luxury and modern finesse, the CT6 grasps the past in one fist while pointing towards the future.
To start, the CT6 has size, but is no longer weighed down by the demand to be big. The mission was to avoid as much avoidable poundage as possible, which Cadillac did by implementing a considerable amount of aluminum propelled by a lot of mixed-material engineering. The result? The CT6 weighs the same as the smaller CTS and stretches an additional 8.5 inches longer. That means more agility. That means better driving performance without comprising the comfort of luxury.
In an un-Cadillac fashion, Cadillac rolled out its luxury sedan without any trace of a V-8 engine. That is to say, for now. The CT6’s base engine is GM’s 2.0-liter turbo inline-four, topping it out at 265 horsepower, followed by two all-new V-6 engines as you climb up the ladder of luxury. The first jump to mid-level lands you with a 335 horsepower 3.6-liter V-6, plus all-wheel drive. If that doesn’t wet your whistle, then jump even farther and get a 400 horsepower 4.0-liter twin turbo charged V-6 engine, and all-wheel drive, again. Like we said, down the road it is expected Cadillac will implement a high-performance twin-turbo V-8 engine, but there’s no word on that yet.
Cadillac’s attention to modern demands leaves you wanting for nothing as the CT6 is loaded with gadgets. To begin with, its exterior cameras grant it the ability to see 360-degrees around the vehicle. See all around the CT6 via its high definition 10.2-inch touch screen. The CT6 has a plethora of high performing screens, like behind the front seats for a passenger’s viewing pleasure, as well as one installed into the rearview mirror. It also has a state of the art Bose sound system (featuring 34 speakers), wireless phone charging capabilities, and built in 4G LTE with Wi-Fi. Like we said, no modern demand isn’t met in the Cadillac CT6.
Critics of the CT6 who were looking for more flash, like Cadillac’s highly anticipated Elmiraj and Ciel models, should be cautioned. The design isn’t reserved; it’s composed. While the future isn’t here yet for Cadillac’s luxury expansion, it’s on the way. The new Cadillac CT6 sedan is a stepping stone to the future of a historic vehicle designer.
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