Sports-oriented German executive sedans like the BMW M5 and Mercedes E63 AMG continue to dominate their segment, but that does not mean they’re the only models worth looking at.
Enter the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, a sports sedan that is massively improved over its predecessor.
Compared to the new model, Drive’s Mike Spinelli describes the previous CTS-V as a “crude instrument.” The 2016 CTS-V takes that to “to the stratosphere” and somehow manages to remain playful in the process.
Spinelli says that unlike some competitors, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V is a lot of fun to drive. That’s quite an achievement for a car as big and heavy as the CTS-V. The reviewer even implies that the Caddy is a very serious competitor for the BMW M5. Scroll down to find out what other cards the 2016 CTS-V has up its sleeves.