Cadillac CTS-V to bow in Detroit

The company says it\'s time for the V-Series to \"elevate to the next level.\"

Cadillac has confirmed plans to unveil its next-generation CTS-V next month at the North American International Auto Show.

The flagship performance sedan had been rumored to bow in Detroit, following on the heels of the 2016 ATS-V debut last month in Los Angeles, and the timing has now been officially confirmed.

"It's time for the V-Series to elevate to the next level," the event invitation reads, as quoted by Autoblog.

Previous reports suggest the revamped CTS-V will be powered by the Corvette Z06's LT4 engine, likely detuned to produce approximately 600 horsepower -- an extra 44 ponies over the 2014 CTS-V.

Full details are expected to be revealed at the media event on January 13.

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