CHICAGO – The CTS V-Series introduced at the New York auto show is the next chapter in the Cadillac renaissance, according to Jim Taylor, vehicle line executive-prestige cars. Cadillac believes CTS V-Series will be ‘more relevant’ to younger luxury car buyers. The V-Series, which goes on sale later this year, is aimed at giving Cadillac a high-performance rival to compete against Mercedes-Benz AMG models and BMW M-Series cars and attract younger buyers looking more for fun than ...

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