Lingenfelter Unveils 623 Horsepower Performance Package For Cadillac CTS-V3
So, you feel that 556 horsepower in the Cadillac CTS-V isn’t spicy enough for your sadistic taste. That’s okay, because Lingenfelter Performance Engineering now offers a performance kit that cranks the output of the Caddy’s LSA engine up to 11 with 623 horsepower and 617 pounds-feet of torque without sacrificing fuel economy on top of it.
The upgrade will set back a CTS-V owner $11,245 but comes with a 2-year/24,000 mile warranty.
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Dirt cheep for what you get, should be available through Cadillac dealers!
Interesting idea. Do you know if Alpina is available through BMW dealers? I thin the two companies (Lingenfelter and Alpina) are similar in what they do, except that Lingenfelter doesn’t pay as much attention to aerodynamics and CD — focusing on raw power.
As cool as it is..I’d keep the 556hp CTS coupe that I’m considering buying completely stock..
The drivetrain warranty is just too cool to let go of.
I’m sure this modded car is totally reliable…as Lingernfelter does awesome if somewhat pricey work… but the CTS is so dam fast right out of the box….I would prefer the reliablity of the OEM product over the modded vehicle..
Been there….done that…not doing it again…