The production Cadillac CTS-V Sedan production began in the summer of 2008 at the plant in Lansing, Michigan GM. The total production of the Cadillac CTS-V Sedan for the 2009 model year was about 3500 production of about 59,716 Cadillac CTS model. The Cadillac CTS-V 2009 has a base price of US $59,995 price, and available for purchase from November 1, 2008.
The Cadillac CTS-V Sedan standard features include leather seats, lateral acceleration meter, aluminum alloy wheels 19-inch Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires, a built-in 40 GB hard drive for storing and plotters LED flash music to tell the driver when to shift. Options include the navigation system, polished wheels, sunroof, and, for the first time, Cadillac offers 14 seats positions adjustable Recaro performance. Official time from 0-60 mph in second generation Cadillac CTS-V is 3.9 seconds while the quarter mile in 12.0 seconds running at 118 mph (190 km / h). These figures doubled Road and Track magazine.
Coinciding with the launch of Plan Feasibility General Motors, the automaker has disbanded its operations team performance vehicles, the team responsible for the V-series Cadillacs line, the Chevrolet Cobalt SS, HHR SS, and V8 version of the Colorado. According to Vince Muniga, spokesman for GM, “All the high-performance projects are on indefinite hold. The engineers are moving in different areas of the organization, and they will work on Cadillacs, Chevrolet, Buicks and Pontiac.” Muniga even said there are no plans for high performance versions of upcoming plans, but once GM is in better financial position, team could be reinstated. For the 2010 model year, GM plates fell from near the doors, although previous models still had the badges.