Ever wish you had a Corvette with four doors? Apparently, a lot of folks have (us included)! Twenty years ago, Cadillac started installing power-packed Corvette engines into the CTS model and the V-Series legend was born.
From its naturally aspirated LS6 and LS2 engines to the supercharged V-8s that continue through to today, no wonder a Cadillac V-series is often called a four-door Corvette.
And, owning one is a dream many folks hope will come true.
That’s why we launched the Cadillac Dream Giveaway a few years ago, and why we’re back with a great new pair of super-high-performance Cadillacs for you to enter and win - a 2024 CT5-V Blackwing sedan and a 2023 Cadillac Escalade V SUV.
Keep reading to learn more about this grand-prize 2024 Cadillac CT5V-Blackwing performance sedan.
Tucked away inside the Corvette assembly-plant campus in Bowling Green, Kentucky, General Motors operates the Performance Build Center where a group of highly skilled master engine builders hand build high performance V-8s for Chevrolet and Cadillac.
That’s where the V-8 in this grand-prize CT5-V Blackwing was born. Cadillac is so proud of these performance V-8s that each one features an emblem with the master engine builder’s name and signature.
The 668 horsepower LT4 isn’t your typical GM commuter engine. Back in 2015 through the end of the front-engine Corvettes in 2019, you’d find it underneath the hood of the Corvette Z06.
Having two more doors than the Corvette doesn’t mean sacrificing performance. Officially, the CT5-V Blackwing can jet from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds and through the quarter-mile in less than 12 seconds. Top speed? Maybe you’ll join the elite group of Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing owners who get to experience it. 200-plus mph.
Make your dream come true. Enter today to win this Cadillac dream package!
Quick lap times? Sure. But this grand-prize 2024 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing puts you in the lap of luxury, too.
Inside this high-performance mid-size sport sedan, you’ll be in awe of its comfortable interior with plenty of features and niceties. Cadillac dresses the CT5-V Blackwing with leather upholstery, heated-and-ventilated front seats with 18-way power adjustments, a digital gauge cluster, head-up display and ambient lighting.
Special 20th Anniversary badging will be found in places like the grille, rockers, and in the animated gauge cluster.
And since we think Cadillac is way too subtle in its Blackwing callouts, we’ve added our Signature Blackwing graphics package so you know it’s a Blackwing, your family and friends will know it’s a Blackwing and the guy you just passed on the Interstate will know it’s a Blackwing.
Will it be your asphalt-taming street machine or will you sock it away as a future collectible. Maybe you’ll even take it to the track a few times to have fun with it at no speed limit.
Your daily driver. Your high-performance driving machine. Your Blackwing. Enter now.
This grand-prize CT5-Blackwing was built by General Motors with these high-performance features:
• Supercharged 6.2L V-8 engine with 668 hp and 659 lb-ft of torque
• 10-speed automatic transmission
• Performance steering wheel
• Magnetic Ride Control adaptive suspension
• Brembo high-performance brakes
• 11 different heating and cooling exchanges to help feed its powerhouse engine
• Driver Mode Selector, Performance Traction Management and Custom Launch Control with Line Lock
• 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels and summer-only, high-performance, low-profile tires
• AKG tooltip† premium 16-speaker surround sound audio system
Plus, this grand-prize CT5-V Blackwing includes over $5,000 of extra-cost factory options:
• Jet Black trim (a $2,890 extra cost)
• 10-speed automatic transmission (a $2,275 extra cost)
• Sunroof (a $1,450 extra cost)
• Driver Assist package (a $900 extra cost)
• Brake calipers blue (a $3,500 extra cost)
• Seat belt color, Torch Red (a $400 extra cost)