The 2016 Cadillac CTS-V has been caught by spy photographers again. Pictures of the forthcoming super sedan preparing to enter the famed Nurburgring racetrack were recently posted to automotive website AutoEvolution.
The two cars caught on film were wrapped in the same black and white camouflage that has graced previous images of the M5-figher. The grille remains a unique collection of vertical slats, and a menacing lower front fascia is prominent. And from the looks of things, what’s hiding within the fascia’s air intakes are a pair of air-to-air intercoolers.
Many have speculated that the 650 hp supercharged LT4 V8 engine will provide the firepower for this bastion of burnouts. But it’s highly unlikely, as the intercooler mounting in the spy photos is different than what we see with the LT4. This leads us to continue our conviction that the 2016 CTS-V’s engine can only be one thing: a twin-turbocharged V8.