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2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe Debuts Large And In Charge Ahead Of LA

Posted in auto industry, Auto Show, Cadillac, Cars, Design, LA Auto Show, New Cars, Newsworthy, Pictures by Suzanne Denbow | November 23rd, 2009 | 1 Response |

Cadillac today unveiled the 2011 CTS Coupe, the latest and most

At 12 o’clock this morning while most of us were nursing the nasty side effects of a weekend-long bender, GM officially unveiled the new 2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe to the motoring press. The live, in-the-flesh reveal isn’t scheduled until next week at the LA Auto Show (which I will be attending, for all 3 of you interested fans), but as PR custom dictates GM was kind enough to give us a sneak preview a full 7 days early.

Based on its increasing popular full-sized brethren, the CTS coupe shares all the basic styling cues of the CTS sedan yet features a much chunkier, Beyonce-in-a-bodysuit ass. Fortunately, thanks to the 304-hp direct injected 3.6L V6, if you are successfully able to row your own (6-sp manual standard, 6-speed auto available for poseurs) you should be able to peel out of a dead stop before the jeers from the Bimmer owners reach your ears. If you aren’t fast enough on the throttle or otherwise catch the last sing-song remnants of “Fatty fatty two-by-four…” the CTS coupe also comes with enough interior accessories to keep your crushing depression at bay until you get to your therapist’s office, including iPod/MP3 capability, 40-gig hard drive, pop-up nav, Bluetooth, standard Keyless Access and Smart Remote Start, rear camera system, and a Bose 5.1 Cabin Surroundâ„¢ audio system.

To help give this thick lady some semblance of agility, two optional performance packages are available: the RWD or AWD Performance Package with 18″ wheels and all-season tires or the Summer Tire Performance Package with 19″ tires. For those customers who feel ill-equipped to handle this BBW without the help of a few extra horsepower, GM promises the CTS-V coupe will drop sometime in 2010.

If you’ve got a fetish for big girls, be sure to check back next week for live image updates from the LA Auto Show.

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  1. Caio says:

    It looks great from the front, side and a 3/4 shot…but the full rear shot is kind of gross. Hopefully they make a V version with more aggressive styling and a dope rear diffuser to take the attention away from the huge badunkadunk of a decklid. 500+hp won’t hurt either.