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Cadillac on Saturday teased hotter versions of the CT4-V and CT5-V.
Whipping around the track at Belle Isle as part of the Detroit GP, the two sedans were heavily camouflaged, with vinyl obscuring the body's details.
It's likely that we'll see at least one of these sedans rocking the 4.2-liter, twin-turbocharged Blackwing V8 that made its first appearance in the 550-horsepower CT6-V.
That's still down on output compared to the outgoing CTS-V, which makes 640 horsepower, but it's better than the massive power delta we saw when Cadillac unveiled the first round of new V-Series cars.
Think of Cadillac's V like Mercedes' AMG.
Cadillac's doing much the same as Mercedes-AMG did with the "AMG Sport" badge, taking what would have been called a V-Sport a few years ago and folding it into the now-larger V family.