Even though the ATS-V and CTS-V are on the way out, the future is looking bright for Cadillac’s high-performance sub-brand. Why is that? Well we’re going to see not one, but two all-new V models on May 30. The company revealed its plans to show the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V and the CT4-V in an announcement about 15 years of the V brand.
Not much is known about either car, but both should be wickedly quick based on their predecessors. We’re particularly curious as to what engines will be used. With the CT5-V, a return of a supercharged pushrod V8 seems possible considering the CT5 is based on the Alpha platform that also underpins the Camaro. But Cadillac may want to push its more unique powertrains such as the twin-turbo, double-overhead-cam 4.2-liter V8 in the CT6-V. In the CT6-V, it makes