Cadillac Updates CTS Lineup for 2013

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Cadillac is sprucing up their CTS lineup for the forthcoming model year.

The Cadillac CTS still has a good few more years in it before it's replaced. So to get it there, the premium brand from General Motors has treated the coupe, sedan and wagon family with some new styling and interior modifications sure to keep potential buyers interested. Cadillac has just released a new batch of photos showing off the revised family of luxury automobiles ahead of their release and they're looking splendid. The changes, albeit slight, are still poignant nonetheless.

The CTS sedan and coupe models both receive new exterior colors, such as Silver Coast Metallic, Summer Gold Metallic and Glacier Blue Metallic. A new grille and the remote startup system has also been made standard on both be-trunked versions of the CTS. The performance-oriented CTS-V model is also being made available with the Glacier Blue Metallic exterior finish and new two-piece front brake rotors. The new brakes were designed with weight reduction and longevity in mind.

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The CTS family makes use of either a 3.0-liter V6 rated at 270hp or a 3.6-liter V6 rated at 318hp. Only the latter engine is available for the coupe. The CTS-V packs a 6.2-liter V8 supercharged to 556hp and mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox. Check out the 2013MY CTS and CTS-V families in the gallery below.

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