The Cadillac Blackwing sedans are very nearly here, with General Motors gearing up to debut both the Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing on February 1st, as GM Authority was the first to report. We were also the first to report that pre-orders for both models will open the same day they debut, and now, we have yet another exclusive on the two upcoming super sedans, as GM Authority has learned that Cadillac Blackwing reservations will require a $1,000 deposit.
Customers eager to get either the new Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing or Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing into their driveway are no doubt chomping at the bit to learn all the details they can about the Cadillac Blackwing reservation process and what it entails. Now, GM Authority is the first to report that customers will need to plunk down $1,000 to reserve a spot in line to get one of the first Blackwing models produced.
Details on reservation pricing follows previous GM Authority coverage on the Cadillac Blackwing reservation process, including the news that Cadillac will limit pre-orders for both sedans at 250 units per vehicle (250 units for the Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and 250 units for the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing) or 500 units total. Once the 500 pre-orders are spoken for, Cadillac dealers will then be able to order further units of the ultra-high-performance-luxury four-doors.
Each of the vehicles included in the 500 Cadillac Blackwing reservations will come with one of the first vehicle serial numbers, as well as a certificate of authenticity, and a session at the Cadillac V-Performance Academy at the Spring Mountain Resort racetrack in Nevada, plus an as-of-yet unspecified “gift.”
Cadillac Blackwing reservations will open February 1st in conjunction with the models’ debut, which will follow a teaser for the super sedans on Saturday, January 30th, during the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. During the endurance event, Cadillac will be represented by the No. 38 and No. 48 DPI-V.R. racing cars, with the latter vehicle piloted by seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson, as well as two-time Rolex 24 winner Kamui Kobayashi, and Indy 500 champion Simon Pagenaud.
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