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Burning rubber in the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V


This week the Cadillac communications crew invited a group of media out to General Motors' Milford Proving Ground for a special preview of the new second-generation Cadillac CTS-V. We first saw the CTS-V last January at the Detroit Auto Show and more information has been dribbling in the intervening time period. A few weeks back, GM's resident speed demon engineer John Heinricy took a production spec CTS-V to an all-time lap record of 7:59.32 for a production sedan at the Nürburgring, and this week Cadillac revealed the official SAE certified power numbers for the super-Caddie at 556 horsepower and 551 pound-feet of torque.

When we got to Milford our handlers took us out to a tent by the Lutz-ring test track where we found three CTS-Vs and various displays of the hardware contained within. Heinricy was on hand as well to tell the tale of the "fast lap" last month. For those who may not have been paying sufficient attention over the past 6 months, the CTS-V is GM's answer to all those German uber-sedans like the Mercedes E63 AMG, Audi RS4 and RS6 and, of course, the one that started the madness, the BMW M5. Read on after the jump to learn more about what makes this Caddie so special and what it was like to go for a ride.

BONUS: Four videos after the jump, including burn-out runs from both inside and outside the new 2009 Cadillac CTS-V.

Outside the car:

2009 Cadillac CTS-V burnouts during testing at GM'


Incab:

Inside the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V doing burnouts


Cadillac CTS-V suspension setup:

Cadillac CTS-V suspension setup


John Heinricy explains his 7:59:38 'Ring time:

John Heinricy explains his 7:59:38 'Ring time in t


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Here are two of my favorites, because it is a BLACK one! I am also in love with the BLACK wheels.

I'll be changing my stockers out for HREs, as soon as the factory rubber wears down. PS2s are pretty soft.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ggan...opic=23034&hl=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVB7t...opic=23034&hl=


2009 CTS-V Black/Black (On the way)
2009 GTR- Black/Black (search in progress)
2006 E350 Champagne/tan (On it's way out)
2007 Denali Black/tan
1996 SC400 Blue/tan (looking for a 2000 SC300)
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