NEW AMERICAN CLASSIC: These Cadillac V-Series Blackwings Set The Standard

NEW AMERICAN CLASSIC: These Cadillac V-Series Blackwings Set The Standard

Published by Nicole Ellan James


Blackwing is an identifier of legendary birds, pricey pencils, the 4.2-liter twin turbo V8 motor that powered the CT6 and CT6-V, and the moniker for the latest pair of Cadillac effectiveness sedans. Blackwing will come from the initial Cadillac crest, which featured the Merlette, a mythical black chook with no toes. This crest arrives from the founder of Detroit, Michigan: Antoine De La Mothe Cadillac. Right now, Cadillac states the Blackwing identify denotes &#8220the extremely highest typical of execution.&#8221

This name is also unique to the V-Sequence Cadillacs, which debuted as aspect of a rebranding workout in the early 2000s. General Motors&#8217 objective was to provide Cadillac back as the &#8220Standard of the Planet&#8221 with a new &#8220Artwork and Science&#8221 style that would enter it into direct levels of competition with Stuttgart and Bavaria&#8217s conventional marks, specially all those appointed with their letter designations like AMG, M and RS.


The very first-ever V-Collection design of the Cadillac brand name arrived in 2004 with the CTS. The debut took location at Germany&#8217s famed Nürburgring racecourse. It was a initially for Cadillac, but the CTS-V was a Cadillac like no other. At 400 horsepower, it was the most highly effective car or truck the brand had at any time developed, and was only supplied with a manual transmission.

The corporation chose the letter &#8220V&#8221 to honor post-Earth War II Cadillacs. These motor vehicles had a V-shaped ornament below their topped wreath logo, which was not considered a letter at the time.

From its inception, the V-Sequence lineup grew to incorporate eight automobile platforms: CTS, XLR, STS, ATS, CT6, Escalade, CT4 and CT5. Every single has a one of a kind expression of performance and shares a heritage of racing-bred aesthetics and technologically advanced driving dynamics.

Barrett-Jackson is delighted to be featuring two V-Series Blackwings at the 2022 Houston Auction: a 2022 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and a 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing.

The 2022 CT4-V Blackwing (Ton #696.1) provided with No Reserve is powered by a Cadillac-special twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V6 engine, rated with 472 horsepower and backed by an automated transmission. The motor vehicle has 7,112 actual miles.

Alongside the CT4, a 2022 CT5-V Blackwing (Great deal #696) will also be offered with No Reserve. It is driven by a 6.2-liter hand-created supercharged V8 engine rated with 668 horsepower, paired with a 10-pace computerized transmission. It has 9,360 genuine miles.

Both vehicles accumulated most of their mileage for the duration of the same Just one Lap of America occasion in May perhaps 2021. Each individual of these Cadillacs arrives with visuals, a commemorative plaque and a tale about the expertise from the GM drivers who participated in the party, which will be exhibited all through the auction.

Sign up for us in Texas to see these two &#8220Conventional of the Globe&#8221 cars cross the block with No Reserve during the 2022 Houston Auction, Oct 20-22 at NRG Centre. Sign up to bid right now to make a person or each of these wonderful automobiles yours.

Katherine E. Ackerman

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