Only 99 Cadillacs will get the special treatment.
Cadillac is celebrating just how far it has come in the last few years by releasing special "Crystal White Frost" editions of the CTS-V sedan and the ATS-V sedan and coupe. In addition to the crystal white frost paint, the ATS-V gets 18" aluminum wheels and a carbon-fiber package that adds a front splitter, hood vent, rear diffuser, and an extra aerodynamic rear spoiler. A luxury package spoils the buyer with sport alloy pedals, HID headlamps, a universal remote, enhanced CUE system with Apple CarPlay, and rear folding seats.
The CTS-V gets 19" aluminum wheels and the same carbon fiber goodies as the ATS-V. The luxury package features a tri-zone climate system, a power rear window sunshade and manually-operated rear side window shades, heated rear outboard seating positions, and a split folding rear seat with an armrest. The ATS-V variants will start at $10,995 extra over the base price ($60,465 for the sedan and $62,665 for the coupe) to total $71,640 for the sedan and $73,660 for the coupe. The Crystal White Frost CTS-V will have the same $10,995 premium over the $83,995 base sedan, which brings the total to an eye-watering $94,990.
Before you go ranting about the cost being more than the company's usual markup for special editions, keep in mind that Cadillac will only make 39 versions of the ATS-V coupes, 31 ATS-V sedans, and 29 CTS-V sedans for a total of 99 Crystal White Frost examples. These should fetch a substantial markup at an auction in the future.