Pros Sick RWD Coupe.
Cons For the price, it could be slightly better.
Summary I don't like it. I would rather go with the sedan. Same price, more room.
Pros Supercharged engine in the V-Series is based on the same engine from the Corvette C6 ZR1 and puts out 556 hp. Interior is gorgeous, tech is very good, especially the glide-up navigation.
Cons The exterior bodywork is hideous, beginning with the front -- it's like the cow plow from an old train locomotive. From some angles it resembles the current Acura TL, but the rear aesthetic has much in common with a 1984 Lincoln Mark VII.
Summary I'm sorry to have to say that the exterior lines of this car appear awkward from any perspective. The the already hard facets and oblique angles of the bodywork that have become a staple of Cadillac design beginning with the original 2002 CTS seem especially exaggerated now in coupe form. It's almost like Cadillac is counting on a small percentage of the public to suspend their belief and not really open their eyes until they're inside the car. Take note of the rear brake light, which looks as if it was modeled after the old-fashioned TV antennas that limousines used to sport on their trunks. In a pinch, maybe it can be torn off and used as a boomerang. In all serious though, the coupe's design really is a joke.
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