MILFORD, MI – Although the ’09 Cadillac CTS-V won’t go on sale until fourth-quarter 2008, that’s not stopping General Motors Corp. from touting the work that went into the second most-powerful vehicle in its history. Coinciding with the release of SAE-certified performance figures, the auto maker momentarily steps back from final testing at its proving grounds here to give journalists an introduction to the super sedan and demonstrate some of its abilities. When production commences ...
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