2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Special Edition Revealed

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Just as we were reporting you a few hours back the first video spotting of the future-gen 2015 ATS-V Coupe, Cadillac has officially taken the wraps off a very special 2015 CTS-V Coupe. The limited edition model marks the last chapter of the current model before the next generation V-Series will debut the following year.
According to the Detroit manufacturer, only 500 units will be made available as soon as the second half of 2014. Demand will most certainly go through the roof, so expect the order book to close as soon as it opens.

Uwe Ellinghaus, chief marketing manager at Cadillac, declared that: "the V-Series continues to elevate Cadillac, providing an exclusive family of high-performance luxury models that attract a new audience of elite and passionate buyers."

Sharing the high performance goodies of its 2010 - 2014 model year precedessors, the special edition CTS-V Coupe packs 556 horsepower thanks to a supercharged V8 powerhouse, and comes as standard with features such as Cadillac Magnetic Ride Control and track-bred Brembo brakes.

Customers can opt between Black Diamond ($995, pictured in the gallery below), Crystal White and Phantom Grey exterior paint jobs, a sunroof ($700) for enjoying those nice warm Sunday morning drives on the Coast and either a six-speed stick shift box or an automatic transmission.

All 500 units of the special edition 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe boast an exclusive Ebony interior with red contrasting stitching, Recaro bucket seats, metal on the pedals, Midnight Sapele wood trim, microfiber suede-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob for maximum grip, as well as a blacked-out V grille and satin graphite wheels.

Caddy informs that the limited edition model will start production this summer, with full pricing information to be released closer to production.
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