Saturday, August 7, 2010

New 2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe Officially Revealed | AUTO WORLD

Cadillac has free certified information about the 2011 CTS Coupe, early of the Los Angeles Auto Show. The new CTS Coupe will be praiced at about $42,000 when it is launched in the end of 2010.

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The productionversion of the CTS Coupe boasts bold styling, aggressive ranks, and Cadillac’s mark “art and science” proposal. The breezy exterior features touch-pad door handles, a silky windshield (which meets a roof that has been lowered by two inches), and the lack of traditional B-pillars. Other invent tweaks involve exclusive front and rear bumpers, a foot-mounted twin dihedral exhaust structure, and a taillight that acts as a spoiler.

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All Coupe’s style same as the Cadillac CTS sedan. Both vehicles have the same wheelbase , use a 304 horsepower (227 kW) 3.6-liter V6 (the base 3.0-liter V6 won’t be open in the Coupe – at least first), and are offered with both rear- or all-wheel drive. Cadillac has also definite they will launch a CTS-V Coupe. Packing a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, with 556 horsepower and 551 ft-lbs of torque, the CTS-V Coupe should be able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in around 3.8 seconds.

The CTS Coupe’s hardware includes an independent fleeting/long arm (SLA) front suspension scheme, with hydraulic direct arm front bushings, and a multi-network rear suspension. Also included are four-sweep recording performance brakes, a narrow-gaffe differential and GM’s electronic chassis rule system (StabiliTrak).

We have no initerior pictures but Cadillac says that features contain hand-sewn accents layer the door, focus storeroom console and instrument panel sleek as well as several techno goodies such as the 40GB hard energy, pop-up navigation system, rear camera and Bluetooth connectivity.

Options include a performance wrap with 18-shuffle wheels (or a summer enervate performance embalm with 19-creep wheels), 14-way adjustable Recaro sport seats, a pop-up navigation technique, and a Bose 5.1 surround sound approach.