Cadillac CTS

The Cadillac CTS is a mid-size car manufactured by General Motors Cadillac brand is currently available in three body styles: coupe car, and Sport Wagon. Introduced in 2002 as a sports sedan as a replacement for Cadillac Catera, CTS was named 2010 Car and Driver 10 best list for a consecutive period of three years. Car's exterior was designed by Wayne Cherry and Kip Wasenko, and marked the start of production of language, "Art and Science" design first introduced the concept car Evoq.

Introduced in the 2002 2003 model, built by GM CTS new Sigma rear drive platform. It marked the return of rear-wheel drive car and the brand, and was the first Cadillac manual transmission should be offered from 1988 Cimarron. CTS is designed to replace the Opel-based Catera designed badge. CTS was the North American Car of the Year Award for 2002. CTS manufactured in GM's Lansing Grand River plant in Lansing, Michigan.
Originally powered by a 3.2 L LA3 V6 to 220 hp (164 kW) and CTS has been updated 3.6 L V6 DOHC variable valve timing, in 2004, produces 255 hp (190 kW) and 252 lb ft (342 Nm) of couple.

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