The Cadillac STS has not changed much since its birth in 2005. The only exciting thing about it was the supercharged STS-V which has been eliminated from the lineup. However, those looking for an alternative to European models can feel at home with the STS. The Cadillac STS is powered by either a 3.6L V6 engine producing 302hp and 272 lb-ft of torque or a 4.6L V8 delivering 320hp and 315 lb-ft of torque. These engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and are available in all-wheel drive.
The supercharged 2007 Cadillac STS-V is General Motors’ most intense expression of Cadillac power and performance yet. It carries all the sophistication of its STS sibling, yet elevates the performance and luxury attributes of the brand’s growing V-Series lineup to their fullest extent. The STS-V debuted in late 2005, representing an historic combination of performance technology and hand-crafted elegance.
The new Cadillac STS will receive a mild facelift for the 2007 model year. The 2007 STS shown here is powered by a 3.6-litre High Feature V6, and sports an Escalade-style grille and euro-style tail lights. The update version was expected for the 2008 model year but it appears that Cadillac may be pulling the update forward. The facelift STS may be seen in dealership this coming (...)
The 2006 Cadillac STS-V is General Motors’ most intense expression of Cadillac power and performance yet. It carries all the craftsmanship and sophistication of its STS sibling, but at an entirely different level. Designed for everyday driving, the STS-V delivers supercharged, rear-drive performance with an elegant design statement that is unmistakably Cadillac.
For 2006, the STS receives several enhancements. All-wheel drive becomes available on the V-6 models. Bose 5.1 Studio Surround Sound with Navigation is now standard on the V-8 1SE package. In addition, new exterior colors are: Stealth Grey, Radiant Bronze, Blackberry and Infrared.