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If there’s one complaint that’s been levied against the 640-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V more than any other, it’s that this four-door supercar just might be too damn powerful for the real world. No less than The Drive‘s own automotive sage Lawrence Ulrich has suggested as much, writing back in 2015 that in the real world, lesser Caddys like the ATS-V and CTS Vsport are more or less as fast in the real world, making the CTS-V’s extra ponies, in effect, an unnecessary excess of potency.

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Aleksandar LilichUncategorizedauto news,Cadillac CTS-V
If there's one complaint that's been levied against the 640-horsepower Cadillac CTS-V more than any other, it's that this four-door supercar just might be too damn powerful for the real world. No less than The Drive's own automotive sage Lawrence Ulrich has suggested as much, writing back in 2015 that in the...