How fast is a Cadillac STS V?

How fast is a Cadillac STS V?


0 – 100 kph 5.0 s
Top speed 250 kph (155 mph)

How fast is the Cadillac V?

The top speed of 200 mph comes from the 6.2-liter Supercharged V8 engine that unleashes a ferocious supply of 640 horsepower and 630 pound-feet of torque, which delivers the 0-60 mph acceleration in 3.7 seconds flat.

Does the CTS-V have a Corvette engine?

CTS-V. The CTS-V was powered by a supercharged version of the Corvette (C7) 6.2-liter LT4 V8 engine found on the Z06. It generated 640 horsepower (480 kW), 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) less than the Z06, making the third-generation CTS-V the most powerful Cadillac ever produced to date, and 630 pound-feet (850 N⋅m).

Did Cadillac make an STS V?

Now Cadillac has unveiled a hot-rodded version of the STS, the division’s newest product. This STS- V eschews the pushrod Corvette V-8 in favor of the well-established 32-valve, four-cam Northstar V-8, one that is, for the first time, energized by a Roots-type supercharger.

What are the safety features on a 2014 Cadillac CTS?

The CTS gets several additional safety features for 2014, but they’re optional and bundled into pricey packages. The Driver Awareness Package includes blind spot warning, rear-cross traffic alert, forward collision alert and lane departure warning. All of these features alert the driver by vibrating the driver’s seat.

What kind of mpg does a Cadillac CTS get?

The BMW 528i’s turbo four-cylinder is rated at 23/34/27 mpg. The Mercedes E250’s four-cylinder turbo diesel gets an estimated 28/45/34 mpg, while the base gas-powered E-Class, the E350, is rated 21/30/24 mpg, a slight advantage over the base CTS sedan. The Lexus GS 350’s 3.5-liter V-6 brings up the rear with a 19/28/23 mpg rating.

How big are the wheels on a Cadillac CTS?

Jumping up from the model’s standard 17-inch wheels to the 3.6 version’s optional 19s changes everything. Its ride is firmer and choppier, and road noise is a constant presence. Cadillac shoppers looking for both performance and comfort should opt for the 3.6 but skip the larger wheels. Handling also impresses.