Thanks in-part to its lightweight bones and magnetic suspension the U.S.-built Cadillac CT6 is more exhilarating to drive over heavier German, British and Japanese rivals, according to MotorWeek. That said, the review also goes on to say that the Cadillac is a bit less plush as a result. Yet many of us here would pick performance over comfort any day of the week, and would most certainly opt for the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 LGW without hesitation because of its power.
While the venerable John Davis considers the CT6 to be generally less comfortable, the high-quality interior was still favored by MotorWeek. They seemed to be particularly fond of the features of the CT6; including the digital rear view mirror and revised CUE infotainment system. It was also said that the fine materials and modern technology of the CT6 “could teach even the Germans a thing or two.”
With that we ask – what are your expectations for the CT6? From what we’re hearing it leads the competition in terms of performance, but just how relevant is that for such a vehicle? You know the drill; sound off in the comment section below.