The 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing under test is a milestone car. It represents both a pinnacle of what can be done with internal combustion 

Availability is expected to be very tight, and every single reservation for the first 250 units sold out in mere minutes on February 1st, 2021. 

These results fall just under the automatic-only RS 7, M5 and E 63 S, which are all less powerful but also feature all-wheel drive

The Cadillac Blackwing V8 (GM RPO LTA) is a twin-turbo DOHC V8 engine that was produced by the Cadillac Division of General Motors for use in its CT6-V between 2018 and early 2020 

Be among the first to own the Blackwing. Reserve yours today through a participating Cadillac dealer 

The first 250 examples of each high-performance sedan were snapped up in just minutes by eager driving enthusiasts. 

The arrival of the Blackwings caps Cadillac's move to expand the V-series into a multi-tiered set of performance cars.  

The Cadillac Blackwing sedans, including the Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, are no longer available 

When the CT6 ended production, the Blackwing V8 went with it; however, that's not quite the end of the story.  

Being larger than the Cadillac CT4, if you need more rear passenger room, the CT5 is the sedan for you. Standard Engine: 2.0L Twin-Scroll Turbocharged, 237 HP and 258 lb-ft.