The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon is a legend among auto enthusiasts who combine a supercharged V8, 6-speed manual transmission and the practicality of a wagon to make the ultimate car for almost any occasion. The passion for CTS-V Wagons continues to grow as many enthusiasts seek out these unique cars and then modify them to get even more performance. One such owner decided to turn their CTS-V car into a high-speed runway racer and the results are stunning.
When shipped from the factory, the CTS-V Wagon is powered by the supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 engine that produces a healthy 414 kW (556 hp) and 747 nm (551 lb-ft) of torque. For many this is more than enough strength, for others it is just the beginning. Take, for example, the CTS-V Wagon shown in today̵
This CTS-V car started as a production car, which then turned into a monster with two charges and an output of 1,200 hp (894 kW). After a while that wasn’t enough power so the compressor was removed so the 106mm rear turbocharger could boost this CTS-V car to 1,700 hp (1193 kW). This is an extremely impressive design of spare parts that turns a relatively fast car into a shameful supercar rocket. This is a clean build that was built and developed by experts. The results speak for themselves.
With a 6-speed manual transmission and enough power to pull a ship through the Panama Canal, this CTS-V Wagon is a stunning build. A 200 mile car doesn’t happen every day and we’re excited to see this build reach new levels of performance.