The clock is ticking.
The Cadillac CT6-V will very likely become a collector's car one day but it's still on sale right now. Don't expect it to be so for much longer because production has already ended. However, there are still some unsold examples parked on dealership lots waiting for owners. Problem is, the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically damaged auto sales nationwide (and worldwide), making it even more difficult to sell a niche and very expensive luxury performance sedan. Still, those with cash to burn may want to pay attention to this.
Cadillac is currently offering not only discounts on the also discontinued Cadillac CT6, but also the CT6-V. All CT6 and CT6-V sedans have a $1,000 cash and 0 percent APR financing deal for up to 60 months, though buyers must finance through GM Financial. Prefer to lease? There's a $2,000 offer toward a lease, again through GM Financial. Lastly, there's a $2,000 cash allowance on all 2020 CT6 discounts.
If this sounds interesting then you'd better move fast because the offer is set to expire on June 1. That's this coming Monday. It's also important to note this is the first CT6-V discount we've ever seen authorized by the automaker. It could also be the last. Some dealerships on their own have previously reduced prices, but with nationwide inventory likely dwindling, it's impossible to know whether that will happen again.
Cadillac's hot rod luxury full-size sedan is powered by the one and only 4.2-liter twin-turbo Blackwing V8, totaling 550 horsepower and 640 lb-ft of torque. The engine has subsequently been canned, meaning the CT6-V is rare and likely to hold a special place in the hearts of Caddy fans. The semi-autonomous Super Cruise highway driving system is also standard.
All told, just 1,200 CT6-Vs were built in 2019 and 600 this year. It's hard to get a precise number as to how many are left in stock, but one shouldn't hesitate for any longer if they're seriously buying one new. Sooner or later, they'll be coming up for sale at auctions for probably even higher prices.
Spending around $95,000 today may turn out to be a good investment in the years ahead.