The Cadillac CT6 sold in relatively low numbers before it was axed following the 2020 model year, and as a result, we haven’t seen very many customized examples of the large luxury sedan before.
Miami-based wheel manufacturer Vossen recently shared a gallery of a customer’s Cadillac CT6 fitted with a set of its ‘Hybrid Forged’ wheels, giving us an idea of a bit of a reminder of what a customized Cadillac CT6 looks like. That said, this customer’s car remains mostly stock, with the list of upgrades only including 22-inch Vossen VFS-2 wheels, lowering springs, painted turquoise brake calipers and dark tinted windows.
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The Vossen VFS-2 wheel is available in 19-inch, 20-inch and 21-inch diameters and starts at $599 per wheel. The wheel design is also offered in a variety of finishes in addition to the brush silver finish featured on the Cadillac CT6, including Satin Bronze, Gloss Black, Satin Black and Anthracite.
This particular Cadillac CT6 appears to be a pre-2019 model based on the front fascia design and taillights. GM implemented a facelifted front fascia on the sedan for the 2019 model year, which features a larger front grille and different taillights. This facelifted exterior styling remained until the vehicle was discontinued at the end of 2020.
It’s hard to say which engine this vehicle features, as GM offered a wide variety of powertrain options in the CT6 from 2016 to 2018, including the naturally aspirated 3.6L LGX V6, twin-turbocharged 3.0L LGW V6 and turbocharged 2.0L LTG I-4. The Cadillac CT6 PHEV was also offered at this time, which paired the turbocharged 2.0L LNF engine with a two-motor transmission and a small 18.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
While GM has no plans to offer another large internal combustion engine sedan in the future, the Cadillac Celestiq electric sedan will fill this gap in the automaker’s portfolio when it launches in 2024.