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Cadillac’s 2019 CT6-V Starts At $88,790, Limited To 275 Units

Cadillac’s 2019 CT6-V Starts At $88,790, Limited To 275 Units

Cadillac’s hotly-anticipated 2019 CT6-V, which was initially introduced as the CT6 V-Sport, will have a starting price of $88,790 in the United States.

That figure, which excludes tax, title, license, delivery, dealer fees, and optional equipment, gets you a 2019 CT6-V with the all-new Blackwing V-8 engine making an estimated 550 horsepower (410 kW) and 627 pound-feet of torque (850 Nm). The hand-built engine is mated to an all-new, 10-speed automatic transmission driving all four wheels. The CT6-V also gets a unique calibration of the Magnetic Ride Control suspension.

The $88,790 also includes tuition and luxury accommodation at the two-day Cadillac V-Performance Academy at Spring Mountain. The offer is valid for one year and is reserved for the original owner of each new, unused model.

The 2019 CT6-V arrives in mid-2019. Only 275 will be available for pre-order in the United States, as Cadillac will discontinue the CT6 in the market thereafter. Update: the CT6 is not being discontinued after all.

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Alex is the founder of Cadillac Society. He has a deep passion for automotive business strategy and enjoys driving his ATS sedan on twisty mountain roads.

9 Comments

  1. I read elsewhere that the CT6 will not be discontinued in the US. Is this fact or fiction? If true GM need Lessons in marketing. Keeping the customers guessing is not a way to instill confidence in pontetial customers. I f I purchase this car will it be around for the long haul. Nah I guess I will spend my money elsewhere. Where I can be sure the vehicle I purchase will be around for a while in case I have a problem or want to purchase a newer model of the same car down the road.

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    • Cadillac reps said they are looking at moving production to another plant. It (most likely) isn’t going anywhere.

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  2. Why would anyone buy any Cadillac sedan at this point? I just replaced my 2016 with a Volvo S90, and I’ll never look back. I won’t buy an orphan, and no other GM offering interests me. After 50 years and 40 GM cars, I’m through, but I don’t feel good about it, but loyalty has a limit. If I’m going to purchase a import, it might as well have a brand that acknowledges it. BTW, the big Volvo is awesome.

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    • Once again we agree. This company is rudderless and certainly their VP of Communications needs to go. The CT6-V is THE car everyone wanted to see in 2016 when it was introduced. If it had the CTS-V mill then and no 4cyl I think it would have gotten more traction but thats typical GM. Build something that 80% there, price it like its established competition… watch it fail then kill it. Cadillac dealers stink too, the customer service is no where close to Mercedes dealers…

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  3. For a total of only 275 units, why is Cadillac even bothering? Boggles the mind that they would go through all the effort to bring this vehicle to production and decide -before- production to -limit- production.

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    • The handbuilt Blackwing engine is probably one of the biggest reasons for limited production. It is good to not flood the market sometimes. It would be nice to see the number go up, but I am happy that this will be a truly special vehicle for its owners.

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    • It’s the pre orders are capped at 275. This week at the Detroit Auto Show Cadillac reps have been quoted saying more will be produced, including Platinum V models.

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  4. It’ll be China…

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    • No, it won’t be China. There are a lot of things taking place here, one of which is Cadillac/GM gaining leverage in upcoming negations with the union. Your assessment is a backup option that exists for the sake of negotiations, but it won’t be how things will play out, nor how Cadillac/GM wants things to play out.

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