Those among our species with the sort of rare, accelerated language processing skills to weather an entire episode of Regular Car Reviews can occasionally discover at least a handful of insightful remarks about the car being reviewed. Most of the time. We’re not sure that this is one of those episodes. You’ve been warned.
In this particular episode of the everyone’s favorite word-salad car review series, the always-hilarious Regular Cars guy attempts to review the first-generation Cadillac CTS. Introduced in 2013 as an all-new car on all-new platform to take Cadillac in an all-new direction, the Cadillac CTS only offered a V6 DOHC in the way of powerplants, unless one moved up to the CTS-V that was introduced later.
The particular car being reviewed is a first-year CTS model coated in white and featuring “genuine faux wood on the steering wheel.” Apart from that, don’t expect to glean too much new information about the first-generation Cadillac CTS from the video. Nor about anything, really. And as with almost every installment of Regular Car Reviews, it’s best not to hope for, like, a car review, but something else entirely.