What does someone mean when they tell you “Go as fast as you can go.” In Houston, on public roads, I think it’s 65. On a closed racetrack — with only your nerves and line of sight to slow you down — it’s more.
And on that same track, in a 556 horsepower Cadillac CTS-V Coupe, it’s a lot more.
The track on this particular day was MSR Houston, in Angleton, where we had the opportunity to sample Cadillac’s newest V-Series CTS models in the harsh, flat-out environment that they were developed in.
So — what kind of Cadillac needs a racetrack to stretch its legs?