2009 Cadillac CTS-V by Hennessey
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Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE), the Texas based tuning specialist, have announced their intentions to produce a number of highly modified Cadillac CTS-V sport sedans intended for release near the end of 2009. One thing is for certain, the Hennessey CTS-V’s will have plenty of tire shredding potential.

Video and specs after the jump.

Power:

800 hp @ 6,200 rpm @ 15 psi
780 lb-ft torque @ 4,400 rpm

Includes:

Custom Twin Turbo System
Twin Ball Bearing Turbos
External Wastegates
Blow-Off Valves
Fuel System Upgrade
Upgraded Injectors
Engine Management Software Upgrade
Corsa Stainless Steel Catback Exhaust System
3 inch Stainless Mid Pipes
3 inch Stainless X-Pipe
High Flow Cylinder Heads
Camshaft Upgrade
Available as a mail order kit and installed and dyno tuned at HPE

Source: HPE

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6 comments:

  (182) posted on 05.6.2009

it’s my personal opinion so I don’t think it would start a serious trouble.

  (177) posted on 05.6.2009

Just before any of you gets into serious trouble, in case you didn’t notice, there is a link in the article that would lead you to the car’s review. And if you will read it carefully, I think that topspeed did a great job.

  (180) posted on 05.6.2009

Well, it’s not the job of Topspeed to make a car appear appealing to possible drivers. They are supposed to be reviewing not selling them.

  (182) posted on 05.6.2009

What are you guys talking about? This post didn’t even make sense to me. If I were to buy a car, I wouldn’t choose this because the article did not appear appealing to me.

  (183) posted on 05.6.2009

I’m sure you’re not talking about topspeed because I observed that they always try to come up with very objective car reviews. But you’re right, this post just clearly did its job. I knew that it has a superb performance.

  (182) posted on 05.6.2009

I like this post. This is made me point out the things I like in the new 2009 Cadillac. Unlike other posts with those flowery words. Sometimes you can’t even distinguish a press release from a car review.

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