When the 2019 Cadillac CT6 rolled on the ramp on its official release, even the critics agreed on the point, that it got much smarter this time and nevertheless more powerful. On paper the CT6 was a flagship luxury sedan model for the Cadillac, and if you explore the car even once, you would realize, why it should. Stylized on its exterior, the 2019 CT6 is also a leader in performance meter as well as on the charts of technologically advanced vehicles. With the most advanced driver-assist systems that though still are on their semi-autonomous stage, the 2019 Cadillac CT6 rules the road with its newly adopted twin-turbocharged V-8 engine.
The Stunning Stance
As we looked for the new 2019 Cadillac CT6 models at the San Bernardino Cadillac dealer, we were accompanied by the team experts who shared with us many facts including the changes done for the 2019. We ourselves had the opportunity to explore the new updates and found that the 2019 year model of Cadillac CT6 gets tauter under its smooth shining skin. The minor changes that it received in time during the mid-cycle season includes new pairs of head and traditional vertical taillights, the 2019 Cadillac CT6 also receives an updated fascia. The headlights with the bright LED ribbons are aptly set to flank the frontal appearance, complementing an even wider but slim looking grille. All this make a very stunning entry, that makes it presence felt even in a row of its rivals. The taillight when on bleeds to the trunk meeting with a strip of chrome that spreads out through the width of the trunk lid. With all these rare combination of styling components, the 2019 Cadillac CT6 becomes one of the most desirable sedans for many.
The Power it Packs
For those who love to drive will know what it means to receive a power of 550-hp on the tires. Cadillac has powered the 2019 CT6 with a powerful pack of 4.2-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that makes a whopping 500 of horsepower with ease. But the entire lineup of the 2019 CT6 also have other engines options. You can start exploring with the 2.0-liter turbo-4 V-6, then move to the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 one, try its plug-in hybrid that covers 31 miles of range and then decide which kept the rides thrilling throughout the journeys you took. But irrespective of the engine you choose Cadillac doesn’t offer any other transmission to the engines except for the family of 8-speed manuals and automatics, which undoubtedly do justice to the power cranking engine options.
The Expert Opinion
The experts at the Cadillac dealer San Bernardino who evaluate the newly released vehicles, shaped up their opinion ion this high-performance CT6 models and recommend that the choice you make among the trim levels should be driven by your driving spirit, your necessities, preferences and finally the budget. They recommended mostly the V-8 engine that comes with the CT6 Platinum to maximize the value of this luxury sedan that is no less powerful than a full-fledged SUV.