Cadillac held its third annual Cadillac Winter Drive Event in Gstaad, Switzerland last month for members of the media, Cadillac dealers, Cadillac club members, customers and enthusiasts of the brand. The event lasted five days and allowed for participants to learn how to stay in control of a vehicle on snowy and icy surfaces from a professional driving instructor.
The winter driving training was conducted on three different courses which present varying challenges. Each participant had the chance to see how the all-wheel drive variants of the Cadillac ATS, CTS and SRX present an advantage over their two-wheel drive counterparts in winter driving conditions. Cadillac put together a short video featuring highlights from this year’s winter driving experience, so scroll below to check it out.
Now, how we’d love to take the upcoming 2016 CTS-V (in two wheel-drive form) out on the same course, and step out its rear end.