The group of people we are talking about is called Drop Top Customs, they are from Florida and last year they surprised the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show with two other convertibles, the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger.
There are no information available so far about the project, apart from the two renderings released by the drop top specialists. But really, who needs any details? The car has no more roof and that's about it.
Performance wise, the Cadillac CTS with no roof may not be tweaked in any way. As it exits the GM factory, the
A more powerful version, dubbed CTS-V Coupe, will be available with a 6.2l supercharged V8 engine that produces 556 horsepower.
The price of the unmodified CTS Coupe was set by GM at $38,990. The price for the drop top version will be a bit higher, even if less metal is being offered. For comparison, last year's Camaro convertible conversion is being sold for an extra $18,000 on top of the regular price of the Camaro.