For a cool $63,660, a 2012 Cadillac CTS-V can be all yours.
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HD radio has been around forever it seems, and while it's a standard feature on certain models, no automaker has taken the leap to include the technology as a standard feature on its infotainment system.
Cadillac will produce a limited number of special edition CTS-V Coupes in preparation for the next-gen V-Series models.