2016 Cadillac CT6-V rendering front three quarters left

Cadillac CT6-V digitally imagined – Rendering

April 16, 2015

Following a report on the possibility of Cadillac considering a V-Series model for the flagship CT6 full-size luxury sedan, a new rendering of the potential CT6-V has surfaced on the web. Steven Pham, a professional photographer who also works for GM Authority, provides a digitally imagined preview at how the CT6-V in production guise could look like.

The V-Series model gives a sporty appeal to the elegant standard CT6 with a number of performance and visual elements. The rendering provides a look at only the front three quarter though. There’s a custom front bumper that nearly hugs the ground, a wide hood vent, a large mesh upper grille and a gaping lower grille section. A boot-mounted rear spoiler is also visible. The standard CT6 features a Cadillac emblem on the fenders. The CT6-V rendered here features a 2016 CTS-V-borrowed vertical fender grille with V-Series fender badge. The 19-inch forged aluminum wheels are also borrowed from the CTS-V.

A V-Series model for the CT6 would allow the company to compete with offerings from the Audi RS, BMW M and Mercedes-AMG sub-brands. A twin-turbo V8 can be expected on the high-performance model of the brand’s latest flagship sedan.

[Source: GM Authority]

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