A little while back, we shared a rendering of a theoretical Cadillac CT4-V coupe we had put together. We thought the compact CT4 sedan’s shape lent itself rather well to a two-door, so we took it one step further and rendered up a Cadillac CT4-V convertible, as well.
Just like the coupe, the front and rear of our imaginary CT4-V convertible is the exact same as the production CT4 you can buy at dealers today. The convertible loses two doors, however, making for a long rear decklid and plenty of space for the back seat passengers.
The CT4-V convertible also retains all the sporty touches from the CT4-V sedan, such as the dark-colored alloy wheels, colored brake calipers, upturned rear lip spoiler and large exhaust tips. As a reminder, the standard CT4-V is powered by GM’s turbocharged 2.7L L3B four-cylinder engine, which is good for 320 horsepower and 369 pound-feet torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission sends power to the rear wheels, though all-wheel drive is available as an option.
We should point out that Cadillac has no plans to produce either a CT4-V coupe or convertible, so the chances of you ever seeing such a vehicle at a dealership are quite slim. That said, Florida-based company Drop Top Customs offers a convertible conversion for the old Cadillac ATS and ATS-V coupe, so all hope is not lost for Cadillac fans who want a modern-day convertible from the American luxury brand.
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