Cadillac and Blackwing’s Prospects

Cadillac and Blackwing’s Prospects

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The automaker has no plans to produce a Blackwing coupe or convertible.

Cadillac has no plans to expand the high-performance family of the V-Series and their more extreme Blackwing versions any time soon. Cadillac currently only offers two super sedans and, according to insiders, the automaker has no plans to produce a coupe, convertible or station wagon. There is a high probability that the “charged” Escalade-V will make its debut. A compressor engine with a capacity of over 600 hp may appear under the hood of an SUV

Within GM, the Cadillac brand has been assigned a leadership role in the electric vehicle segment, which will require significant resources. Therefore, releasing niche high-performance models is not the best way to invest, and therefore the CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing will remain sedans throughout their entire lifecycle.

Photospies have repeatedly noticed a “charged” Cadillac Escalade-V, which can get under the hood a 6.2-liter LT4 engine with a supercharged drive with a capacity of about 660 horsepower. General Motors is targeting the high-performance SUV market with strong sales figures for the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat.

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