It was rumored that the twin-turbo V8 could be used in a future Corvette, but this doesn’t seem to be the case.
New buyers of the Cadillac CT6-V will have to part ways with at least $92,790.
U.S. production of the Chevy Volt and Buick LaCrosse ends on March 1, and GM hasn’t mentioned an extension .
Six of 10 are American, while another one is technically German but built in the U.S..
The Blackwing-powered Cadillac CT6 will get a de-tuned V8 with 500 HP.
Launching in the Cadillac CT6, the turbo’d V8 is rumored to arrive in the Corvette C8 as well.
The market seems to be thirsty for high-performance American sedans.
The company considers moving the luxury sedan to another U.S. plant, as importing it from China is the last resort.
Pre-orders for the 2019 Cadillac CT6-V will be capped at 275 units for the United States.
Ford and General Motors dominate the list as they’re dropping sedans due to shifting consumer preferences.
The last Buick LaCrosse and Chevrolet Volt will be built at the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly in March.
While the CT6 Plug-In is going away, Cadillac confirmed plans for new EVs.