If you live next to some abandoned buildings in the center of a city and squarely fall into the Millenial demographic, then it’s highly likely that you’re familiar with the rather-new activity called urban exploring — a form of trespassing on abandoned property that was built during the city’s better days. And of all the cities in the world, Detroit may possibly be the granddaddy of urban exploring locales, so why not use it to film a cool spot inside an abandoned building? That’s what Cadillac has done for the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V‘s first promotional spot.
Subtitled “We’ve created a monster. Introducing the all new 2016 #CTS #Vseries,” the recently-announced CTS-V is filmed zooming up a ramp and being driven hard, doughnuts and everything, at the Michigan Central Terminal building in Detroit (thanks to our Facebook friend Tony Isfat). It’s rather cool actually, but it doesn’t overshadow the brand-new CTS-V. Watch for yourself:
The 2016 CTS-V will be powered by the supercharged 6.2L LT4 mated to GM’s new 8L90 8-speed automatic (for now), empowering it to hit 60 mph from a standstill in just 3.7 seconds on its way to a 201 mph top speed.