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  • 11/15/2023 3:16 PM | Anonymous





  • 09/08/2023 7:00 PM | Anonymous



    If you have been waiting for the right time to purchase a new 2023 CT4-V Blackwing, now is the time!  This special financing incentive is available from any Cadillac dealership and is only applicable to new 2023 CT4-V Blackwing models.  If financed and approved thru GM Financial you get the promotional rates listed below PLUS $2000 as a rebate:

    • 0.9% @ 36 Months

    • 1.9% @ 48 Months

    • 3.9% @ 60 Months

    • 4.9% @ 72 Months

    In interest savings alone the difference between 3.9% @ 60 Months and 6.9% @ 60 Months over the course of the loan is $6300… so even without the $2000 bonus this is the most aggressive offer a Cadillac dealer has been able to offer on any V-Series Blackwing model.

    This incentive offer from Cadillac and GM Financial is now immediately available through the end of September, 2023.




    * Special Offer Expires September 30, 2023.  Available to qualified buyers.  Visit to view CT4-V Blackwing inventory listed by our Cadillac V-Club Platinum Dealers.

  • 08/23/2023 10:03 AM | Anonymous

    Click here for more details!

  • 04/10/2023 9:27 AM | Anonymous
    V-Series 20th Anniversary
    Cadillac Racing celebrating a victory at Sebring International Raceway

    We’re bringing you a thrilling roster of races, reveals, products and fandom designed to honor nearly 20 powerful years of V-Series. The V-Tour kicked off March 15–18, with a momentous Cadillac Racing victory at IMSA’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring. The celebration stays in full swing with these key moments this April.

    CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing on a virtual track in Forza Horizon 5

    Extremely limited availability for CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing. Microsoft, Xbox and Forza Horizon are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.

    Give your Forza gaming expeditions some Cadillac rumble, and take our powerful V-Series engines across the vibrant virtual landscapes of Mexico.

    April 6–12



    April 20–26



    Number 1 V-Series.R rounding the curb on a racetrack


    April 15


    Cadillac Racing takes to the streets for IMSA’s Grand Prix of Long Beach. Tune in 5‌–‌7‌ p‌.‌m‌. E‌T on USA Network or stream on Peacock.


    April 16


    Next up for the FIA World Endurance Championship? Portugal. Don’t miss our in-car camera exclusive for the 6 Hours of Portimão.


    April 29


    A final FIA World Endurance Championship stop in April for the TotalEnergies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, featuring a No. 2 V-Series.R in-car camera exclusive.


  • 03/15/2023 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Cadillac is excited to announce the kickoff of their yearlong campaign to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of V-Series. The celebration will begin at this weekend’s IMSA Weather Tech SportsCar Championship and FIA World Endurance Championship races at Sebring in honor of where the V-Series sub-brand started. The 20th anniversary celebration will conclude at Sebring in March 2024 – 20 years after the first CTS-V raced and won on the track. More information about the anniversary will be shared on and the Cadillac V-Series Instagram account throughout the year.

    The Cadillac V-Club will be front and center in this celebration. Beginning March 15, at 11:00AM EST, you can join the celebration by visiting the following link:

    From here, Cadillac will celebrate significant moments and milestones together. This is really a celebration for their most enthusiastic customers – you! We are excited to celebrate with all of you!

    Cadillac looks forward to celebrating this iconic luxury performance sub-brand with you throughout the coming year. To view the press release announcing this celebration please visit the following link:

  • 11/04/2022 6:46 PM | Anonymous

    Available to ship today from OK Petroleum, Cadillac V-Club Preferred Partner. Login to the members only section of to obtain your discount code.

  • 04/11/2022 3:31 PM | Anonymous

    This year marks the 120th Anniversary of the Cadillac brand. To celebrate, Cadillac is proud to expand the Collector’s Series with the introduction of the 2023 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing 120th Anniversary Edition.

    The 120th Anniversary Edition is limited to 120 cars, each uniquely numbered with a year in Cadillac’s history. Car 1902, the first in this new Collector’s Series, represents the founding year of Cadillac.

    The opportunity to own the first 120th Anniversary Edition raised $250,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction. Cadillac donated the full hammer price to the SAE Foundation, whose goal is to increase access to world-class STEM experiences for students around the world. As they do with all charity sales, Barrett-Jackson waived all fees and commissions for the auction of Car 1902.

    “Everyone at Cadillac is thrilled with this auction result. We proudly support the SAE Foundation and are grateful to Barrett-Jackson for providing this opportunity,” said Rory Harvey, vice president, Global Cadillac. “We will help create a new sustainability focused challenge for high-school students across the country, as well as provide hands-on immersive STEM learning for students in under-resourced communities.”

    The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing 120th Anniversary Edition celebrates Cadillac’s 120-year heritage as an iconic luxury brand, with exclusive features that make each vehicle a one-of-one creation:

    • VIN serialization of commemorative year between 1902-2022
    • Unique sill plate with the Cadillac Crest design from commemorative year
    • B-pillar builders’ plate with graphic and commemorative year
    • Shifter medallion (for cars equipped with manual transmission) with 120th anniversary commemoration
    • Steering wheel plate with commemorative year
    • Certificate of authenticity
    • Spring Mountain V-Performance Academy driving experience

    “The second edition of the Collector’s Series celebrates storytelling and craftsmanship for the discerning individual,” said Brandon Vivian, Cadillac executive chief engineer. “The 120th Anniversary of Cadillac is represented by unique content celebrating each individual year in the 120 years of Cadillac innovation.”

    Henry Leland founded Cadillac in 1902, and his expertise in advanced machining revolutionized the auto industry to establish the brand as the Standard of the World. Through the decades, Cadillac defined new standards in design, technological innovation and quality to cement its status as an American luxury icon.

    Bred to perform on and off the track

    Leveraging the brand’s championship-winning racing heritage to create the most track-capable Cadillacs ever built, the V-Series Blackwing models represent the pinnacle of Cadillac performance, technology and craftsmanship.

    The CT5-V Blackwing is the most powerful and fastest Cadillac production model in history — with a top track speed of more than 200 mph — while the CT4-V Blackwing is the most powerful and fastest-ever Cadillac subcompact.

    Under their hoods, the CT5-V Blackwing uses an upgraded and hand-assembled 6.2L supercharged V-8 rated at 668 horsepower (498 kW) and 659 lb-ft of torque (893 Nm), while an evolution of the Cadillac 3.6L Twin-Turbo V-6 drives the CT4-V Blackwing, rated at 472 hp (352 kW) and 445 lb-ft of torque (603 Nm).

    Every V-Series Blackwing offers a standard six-speed manual gearbox or an available 10-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission. Both models also feature advanced, extensively track- and road-tested high-performance braking systems. The CT5-V Blackwing features the largest factory-installed brakes in Cadillac history, along with an available lightweight carbon-ceramic brake package that offers weight savings, durability and heat management.

  • 01/20/2022 2:58 PM | Anonymous

  • 11/15/2021 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    SOURCE: Cadillac Pressroom

    The newest hidden elements on the CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing represent the union of Cadillac engineering and design!

    The new CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing, the most track-capable Cadillac models ever, began their path to production at General Motors’ testing and technical centers in Milford and Warren, Michigan, respectively. Designers paid homage to those crucial sites with laser-etched maps of each located on pads that sit to left and right of the steering wheel on manual-transmission models.

    The maps are among a myriad of hidden elements to be found on the luxury performance sedans.

    The Milford Proving Ground map represents the thorough engineering development that led to two of the fastest and most powerful Cadillacs ever. The Warren Tech Center map represents the on-campus Design team’s focal point on craftsmanship and functional elegance. The serialized V-Series badge at the bottom of the steering wheel represents a car specially manufactured for the customer by the team at GM Lansing Grand River Assembly.

    “The CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing are the quintessential examples of form and function coming together,” said Brandon Vivian, executive chief engineer, Cadillac. “This was made possible by Engineering and Design working together from the very beginning to get the most out of these cars. The steering wheel pads symbolize that union, with the customer at the center of it all.”

    The customer representation comes on the steering wheel with each customer getting a unique serialized V-Series plaque that identifies their specific vehicle.

    The pads take the place of the shift paddles behind the steering wheel on cars not equipped with the optional 10-speed automatic transmission. The vehicles with the automatic transmission still include their functional magnesium paddle shifters, allowing drivers to select their preferred gear.

    “The V-Series Blackwings are all about connecting with drivers in ways that go beyond the numbers they can produce on a track,” said Vivian. “It’s an involving experience, with unprecedented attention to detail in all areas of performance and design.”  

    Indeed, those map details are only two of the more than two dozen subtle, discreet and outright hidden visual references to the V-Series brand and Cadillac’s racing heritage.

    Some of them are more obvious such as the V-Series logo and its unique Mondrian pattern that’s incorporated on the manual shift knob, or the Blackwing winged emblem that’s found in a pocket of each available 19-inch Tech Bronze wheel.

    Others, however, are more difficult to locate, such as the Mondrian pattern on the underwing of the vehicle or V-Series logo on the air strakes that come with the optional Carbon Fiber 1 package. Others will not be revealed, leaving each owner to discover the myriad of surprising and delightful details.

    Additionally, the first 250 production builds of each model are Collector Series vehicles, and they’re commemorated by the people who built them with two special collector plates on the sills and B-pillars. Each sill plate features the signature from a member of the Cadillac V-Series team while the Collector Series plate found on the B-pillar corresponds to the serialized Performance Steering Wheel in each car.

    Also, the CT5-V Blackwing’s hand-built supercharged V-8 engine features a signed plaque from the master builder.

    “The driving experience of these special models never fails to impress,” said Vivian. “And the more you look inside, outside and even below the surface, the more they reward.”

    The 2022 CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing are on sale now with limited availability. The CT4-V Blackwing starts at an MSRP of $59,9901 and fully configured MSRP at $87,7751. The CT5-V Blackwing has a starting MSRP of $84,9901 and a fully configured MSRP of $125,9801. Customers can build their own V-Series Blackwing online at

    Milford Proving Ground

    The Milford Proving Ground opened in 1924 as the industry's first dedicated automobile testing facility. Since then it has grown to nearly four times its original size. Today it offers multiple testing tracks and road courses, as well as numerous facilities dedicated to vehicle development, safety testing, competitive benchmarking and more.

    GM Global Technical Center

    The Warren Tech Center in Michigan, also referred to as the General Motors Global Technical Center, is recognized as the preeminent innovation center for automotive engineering, design and advanced technology. Here, the world’s best designers and engineers come together to help redefine the future of transportation. The 710-acre campus in southeast Michigan is home to over 21,000 employees.

    The Tech Center opened in 1956 and is currently recognized as a National Historic Landmark.

    1Listed price includes $995 destination charge. Tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment are extra.

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