The CTS-V Wagon comes with Race version for racing in the Middle East, specifically in Dubai with a variety of interesting challenges in the race. Unfortunately all ittu only render in 57 laps Emirates racer, Omran Al Owais, and Muhammad is his brother hopes that this figure could increase interest and collect lots of sponsors for make this vehicle a reality.
The Cadillac car shown in these pictures actually belongs to the brothers and they hope to take them to the Nurburgring next step toward possible production to complete. Before that happens, however, the two brothers looking for advice from some top tuners, including Hennessey Performance and D3, on how to achieve this.
Currently, the CTS-V wagon is still in a standard format which means it is powered by a supercharged 6.2 liter V8 engine 556 hp and a total of 551 lb.-ft. supplies of torque. We do not expect to see many changes, but we think the changes will actually look like Cadillac’s adaptation of the CTS-V Coupe racer.
A CTS-V Wagon Racer is the dream car of Lap 57’s Emirati race driver Omran Al Owais who said: “We are hoping this fetish might catch on with other Emiratis and see them ditching their X6Ms and G55s, so that we start seeing serious girls on the road such as the RS6/E63 or the new exciting M5 Wagon. The streets of Jumeirah at night will never be the same.”
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