Cadillac will be launching two new special-edition models based on the supercharged CTS-V next month. Cadillac makes this move even when an all-new Cadillac CTS is expected to be released very soon. The first special-edition model is dubbed the CTS-V Silver Frost, which uses the CTS-V’s angular sheetmetal in a matte silver paint.
GM claims that it is durable but it has to be hand-washed. This paint package is available just with the CTS-V coupe, which will only have 100 samples built. The CTS-V coupe has a base price of $65,410, but with the Silver Frost treatment, it costs $4,000 higher. However, the final price could slightly vary depending on what other optional features are included.
By early March, the Silver Frost cars will be arriving at dealerships. Orders for the second limited-edition CTS-V will also start to be taken by next month. The Stealth Blue cars come with a distinctive periwinkle-like hue that has a gloss metallic finish. If they want it, buyers may ask for the unique “Twilight Blue” leather seating. Choosing the Stealth Blue package adds $6200 to the $65,410 price of a CTS-V coupe, sedan or wagon.
GM said that this package has a limited volume. However, Cadillac has yet to give a certain volume goal. For those who are on a budget but want the Stealth Blue color, Cadillac offers the same package (but without the Twilight Blue leather accents) on standard CTS coupe. With this package, the CTS coupe’s base price of $30,905 goes up by $4,400.