JOLIET, Ill., June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The highly-anticipated 2014 Cadillac CTS is expected to arrive at Bill Jacobs Cadillac and dealerships throughout the country beginning in fall, and when it does, Chicago Cadillac customers will find an altered version of the familiar luxury sedan.
The CTS has been a staple in the Cadillac lineup since 2002, but the 2014 version has received a few modifications that distinguish it from its predecessors. First and foremost, the dimensions of the new CTS have stretched out. A wider wheelbase and slightly longer bumper to bumper measurements help the mid-size luxury sedan literally inch closer to some of its most recognized competitors.
Perhaps the most significant update is the availability of Cadillac's new twin turbo engine. As an exciting option for drivers looking for more acceleration strength and potential speed, the 420-hosepower, 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 engine is coupled to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Not only is that the most power-dense engine in the mid-size luxury segment, it's also the most powerful in General Motors' company history. That same engine will be available as an option for the 2014 Cadillac XTS.
As is the case with most new Cadillac cars and SUVs, the interior is highlighted by the advanced Cadillac User Experience (CUE) interface. With natural language recognition and a robust information hub, the CUE provides everything from entertainment to navigation through its eight-inch color touchscreen interface.
Genuine materials fill the interior, as drivers have the opportunity to choose between eight interior environments that meet the personality of the person behind the wheel. Available ambient lighting helps the hand-crafted details of the CTS come to life as drivers and passengers alike bask in the elegant interior.
Find out more about what to look for in the new Cadillac CTS by visiting www.billjacobscadillac.com or calling 815-741-6975.
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