Of course you would, who wouldn’t? Since that question has been cleared up you should know that the German aftermarket firm called Cam-Shaft is ready to fill your demands on the matter.
Their white Cadillac is based on the CTS-V sports sedan and the tuning package they put together for it is worth a second glance. Actually, it’s worth a third and fourth look as well.
Before we get to the really juicy stuff here’s what you should know. As far as the looks and body is concerned almost nothing has changed. Which is a good thing because I like the look of the CTS-V.
What has changed on the Cadillac when it made it to Cam-Shaft is the color and the set of wheels. The latter are now black, pretty good looking and contrast beautifully with the new white look of the car. The black accents in the vents and grills also help this effect.
And now to the tasty bits. The engine of the regular Cadillac CTS-V is quite the power unit yet for the Germans it wasn’t enough. So they decided to give the 6.2 liter V8 something the call a “kompressor steigung”.
For those of you with a less Germanic disposition, that means supercharger upgrade. Upon fiddling with the forced induction, a new air intake was added and the ECU was remapped.
Basically, the Germans turned the engine in the CTS-V into something it could always have been; the engine from the Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1. With 630 horsepower on tap your kids will definitely have quite a ride in the back of this thing.
Sadly, while you like this white Cadillac CTS-V tuned up by the Germans you may not afford it. The whole kit will cost you about $10.000 on top of the price of the factory CTS-V.