The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe is already fairly outlandish for a Cadillac. Its rakish looks, sharp lines and high beltline set it apart from everything else in the Cadillac stable. But a stock CTS-V looks tame compared to one of D3 Group’s wild 900 horsepower widebody CTS-V Coupe built for BTX Global Logistics.
The most noticeable feature on D3’s widebody CTS-V Coupe is the flared out fenders. D3 extended the wheel arches just enough to accommodate the CEC c885 wheels, which measure 21 x 10.5 inches in the front and 21 x 14 inches out back. The car is also fitted with an adjustable carbon fiber front-splitter, which looks like it was nicked right off of Cadillac Racing’s CTS-V race car. Other aesthetic changes include a ventilated carbon fiber hood, carbon fiber side skirts, a carbon fiber rear diffuser and of course, that oversized rear wing.
D3 also injected this wide-body CTS-V with enough performance to match its race-inspired looks. A stage 2 intake, upper and lower pulleys, supercharger lid spacer, D3 heat exchanger, custom heads and a cam help bump power to a jaw-dropping 900 horsepower. To top it all off, the CTS-V was fitted with a methanol injection system and D3′s E85/91 octane dual-map tune.
This isn’t the first, and certainly won’t be the last crazy Caddy to roll out of D3’s workshop. The looks may not be for everyone and some might think 900 horsepower is a little over the top, but there is no denying this is one mean Cadillac.