Guys, let’s face it, we all love our muscle cars. We love the looks, the superchargers, turbochargers, and the exhilarating sound. Truthfully, guys who are into muscle cars most likely know of other guys with muscle cars. Aside from being attention-grabbing, muscle cars also very fun to restore. Cars, muscle cars in particular, can be an extension of the owner. They can also portray power and aggression, which is a popular reason for so many people choosing to drive them. However, with all the fun in the restoration process and portrayal of masculinity, eventually people’s maturity will surpass their muscle car passion. There’s no issue with owning a muscle car as a project, but sooner or later it won’t be as fun to daily drive one.
In this case, guys should really consider the Cadillac brand by visiting a Cadillac dealership and checking out their impressive lineup. Every aspect of Cadillac’s lineups, from the interior design, innovative safety features, groundbreaking performance, and overall aesthetic appeal is crafted with perfection. Many may not be aware, but the 2017 Cadillac XTS was featured in “Wardsauto” top 10 best interior list. Inside of the Cadillac vehicles, owners can experience the touch screen QUE system, with seamless connectivity, responsive intelligent design, and natural voice recognition. Everyone will appreciate the craftsmanship inside of a Cadillac vehicle from their hand-finished refinement.
There is a reason why Cadillac has been around for over a century, they know quality. By offering premium quality at competitive prices, Cadillac understands how to give the consumer the best bang for their buck. Additionally, by being around for so long, Cadillac still knows safety better than any other automaker with their advanced V2V safety technology. While leading the charge for the future of driving safety, Cadillacs are packed with the newest and latest safety features. Some of those include blind spot warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic braking. Some of the new Cadillacs, such as the CT6, are considered to be a testament to state-of-the-art engineering.
Guys that are still looking to enjoy the performance aspect of driving should consider the Cadillac V lineup. Being around for over a dozen years now, the V series continues to impress in ways other manufacturers just can’t. With a massive 6.2L supercharged V-8 engine packing 640hp and 630ft-lb of torque, the Cadillac CTS-V sedan packs more power than you’ll ever need. Accelerating from 0 to 60mph in just 3.7 seconds, it is faster than their competitor BMW M4 and Mercedes AMG lineup. Additionally, Cadillac is equipped with ultimate precision magnetic ride control and traction management, which reads the road up to 1,000 times per second and automatically adapts to changing road and weather conditions, unlike conventional suspensions. The suspension and control is transferred to the driver through a thickly wrapped steering wheel sculpture and wrapped in leather, or available microfiber suede for easy grip and ultimate control. Keeping the driver secure includes the addition of a comfortable Ricardo performance seat which offers 18-way adjustability, slip-resistant microfiber suede inserts, and aggressive bolsters that cradle the driver’s body during hard cornering. Of course, with all of that power, drivers need to be able to stop the vehicle. This is why Cadillac specifically designed six-piston front, and four-piston rear fixed caliper Brembo brakes with vented rotors for powerful braking every time.
Cadillac’s supercar-like performance brings the ultimate driving experience to the driver, while keeping the luxurious aspects and features of a luxury car. Aside from being gorgeous, the Cadillac CTS-V carries no decorative parts. Every part of the vehicle is functional, from the pillars to the carbon fiber weight saving grills. Everything internally about the V-series Cadillac is derived from the powerful Corvette Z06 series, with 2 extra comfortable seats. The exhilarating sound of this vehicle is also all pure, unlike the electronically recorded sound of the BMW M5, the Cadillac’s rumble is sure to put a smile on the driver’s face, and some intimidation as well. There are so many reasons to drive a Cadillac aside from groundbreaking performance and sophisticated luxury superior to many. It’s like love at first drive when you get in this super comfortable, yet scary performance machine, every time.