If you’re like us, you may have been surprised when Cadillac announced that it would be building just 275 units of the CT6-V despite all units selling out within hours of order books being opened.
As it turns out, production of the Cadillac CT6-V won’t be capped at 275 units. After recently speaking with the car manufacturer, Cadillac Society was informed that the 275-figure related exclusively to CT6-V units which were made available for pre-order. It has always been Cadillac’s intention to build more than 275 examples of the CT6-V.
While this will come as a relief to those who thought they’d missed out, it’s not all good news as it’s also been confirmed that those in the market for a new Cadillac CT6-V will now have to part ways with $92,790. That’s a full $4,000 more than those who secured a pre-order slot will have to cough up.
In a letter sent to dealers, the company revealed that pre-order buyers “were rewarded with a special introductory offer by quickly raising their hand.” Some of those who secured pre-order slots may not be overly pleased that Cadillac is indeed building more than 275 examples, however.
Alongside getting a cheap starting price, pre-order buyers of the Cadillac CT6-V receive a 2-day driving tuition experience at the Cadillac V-Performance Academy in Spring Mountain. This offer includes accommodation and is valid for 1-year for owners of the first 275 CT6-Vs.
As a reminder, the Cadillac CT6-V is powered by an all-new, twin-turbocharged 4.2-liter V8 engine dubbed ‘Blackwing.’ This engine pumps out 550 hp and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque.