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Detroit 2013 – Where can I buy this Cadillac?

Cadillac CTS-V coupe racecar front

I recently finished shooting a new episode of The Hooniverse, and the subject of the video is the Cadillac CTS-V coupe. The clip is shot, edited, and ready to roll, and I should have it up next week. That car was a blast to pilot around downtown LA, well after the sun went down. Still, there’s always a more exciting version of any car just waiting around the corner… and I happened to find the Caddy’s upgrade sitting under the shining lights of Cobo Hall in Detroit.

This is the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe race car that serves as home to drivers Andy Pilgrim and Johnny O’Connell. I believe the car above is just a show pony though, as Pilgrim and O’Connell pilot cars three and eight. That almost makes me feel a bit sad looking at the car above. It shouldn’t stay so clean. It was designed to run, yet here it sits corralled. I imagine this is what it would feel like to go to a zoo in a communist country. People flock to see the powerful animal in its tiny cage looking like it doesn’t know how it got to this point.

Regardless, it’s a glorious sight to take in… and you can take in more of it after the break.

Cadillac CTS-V coupe racecar side

Cadillac CTS-V coupe racecar

Currently there are "12 comments" on this Article:

  1. C³-Cool Cadillac Cat says:

    I really wish they'd drop this engine into a proper Fleetwood sedan.

  2. Dave Mulvey says:

    I have about a dozen up close pictures of this car, just tell me where to email them. I took them at Circuit of the Americas a few weeks ago.

  3. Irishzombieman says:

    This car screams, "AWESOME!" I can hear it all the way from California.

  4. MVEilenstein says:

    Tips & Submissions.

  5. dan1malk says:

    Best looking racecar in the last 10 years.

  6. domino_vitali says:

    I love seeing Cadillacs on the track. Nice article! :)

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