General Motors' Executive Vice President of Global Product Development has revealed the Cadillac CT6 could eventually gain a V-Series variant.

General Motors' Executive Vice President of Global Product Development has revealed the Cadillac CT6 could eventually gain a V-Series variant.

In an interview with Autoblog, Mark Reuss said the CT6's Omega platform is "certainly capable" of underpinning a high-performance variant but the company isn't entirely sure there's a market for a CT6-V.  Despite this, Reuss confirmed Cadillac has "certainly thought" about the model.

In the meantime, customers will have to make do with the range-topping twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine that develops approximately 400 bhp (298 kW) and 400 lb-ft (543 Nm) of torque.

In related news, Reuss downplayed the possibility of a Cadillac sports car by saying they're currently focused on filling gaps in their lineup and a sports car hasn't been studied yet.

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