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The CTS-V Coupe is a Cadillac with the heart of a Corvette.
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CNET Car Tech reviews the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe.
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Cadillac just added the Coupe to its CTS-V line of cars, and this one may be the best yet. The Coupe body employs a radically nasty look that is all too appropriate for the roaring horsepower underneath the hood. But this car also shows some finesse by cornering like a champ.
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