Cadillac has long labored to brand itself as a slice of luxurious Americana: Cars that reflected their owners, owners that understood luxury, and luxury that carried an American passport.
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Mary Barra, General Motors senior vice president, Global Product Development, announced that GM will donate the first production 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport with performance driving school package to the SAE Foundation.
While Ferrari gets the credit for amazing performance achievements, Cadillac knows a secret the Italians are mum to reveal: as this video reveals, the super-quick, super-expensive 458 Italia gets its suspension from the $63,000 CTS-V.
The Nurburgring is a racetrack located in Nurburg, Germany and is considered one of the most demanding tracks in the world.