There is still a lot to discover on the Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing. We still don't know the specific mechanical specifications for these two models. However, we do know they can be fitted with a manual gearbox for those who like to change gears themselves. Cadillac also revealed that they will be faster on the track than the ATS-V and CTS-V they replace.
Prototype copies are lurking here and there in the United States, on the other hand, and the spy photographers who have captured them on the public highway.
And today we know what their steering wheels will look like. Thanks to this teaser released by the manufacturer, we can see that this one is wrapped in leather (no Alcantra, at least in this image). The red stripe at the top for visually calculating the steering angle in lively driving and a V-shaped carbon fiber insert at the bottom are two other notable features of the steering wheel.
The "V" button on the left side that will allow drivers to quickly access V-Mode, the one with the most aggressive calibrations, is highlighted.
The center console was scrambled in the image, but the automaker wanted the number 200 to be seen in the instrument cluster, suggesting that top speed could be limited to 200 miles per hour, which no This is no exaggeration for the CT5-V, because the latest generation CTS-V could also achieve this speed.
Cadillac says the Blackwing V-Series models will roll out of the factory in summer 2021.