Cadillac car maker with Hennessey tuner company has unveiled new sport sedan car series for enthusiasts drooling it’s named 2011 Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon. Jeremey Clarkson, says ” Cadillac Cts-v650 has more power, Ludicrously fast, reasonably priced, and practical all at once”. That’s right, folks. In true tuner fashion, Hennessey Performance near Houston, Texas decided that the CTS-V Sport Wagon needed just a tad more power.
Under the hood, Topspeed.com write Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon has 556 HP and 551 ft/lbs of torque out of its supercharged 6.2L V8. Impressive numbers, sure. However, the Hennessey CTS-V650 Sport Wagon makes an astonishing 658 HP and a frankly quite monstrous 718 ft/lbs of torque. That’s a power-to-weight ratio of 15 HP per pound– in a station wagon. The Hennessey Cadillac CTS-V650 does all of this with the optional 6-Speed Automatic transmission. There aren’t any fancy double-clutch gearboxes found here.
For exterior, TopSpeed.com write it’s will same the standard CTS-V wagon. The 2011 Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon has the same handsome Art and Science design scheme that all CTS-V’s come with as a matter of fact, at first glance one would probably not be able to tell the two apart. For side has
some black-chrome aftermarket wheels, and the addition of a Hennessey badge on the hatch, there really isn’t much difference. It’s has not special paint or go-fast stripes found here either, because this CTS-V650 is still wrapped in the same Radiant Silver Metallic paint that it left the factory.
For the interior, TopSpeed.com write Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon has not changed much to the exterior, the interior of the car shares a similar story. Its has only from standard Cadillac diference between the Hennessey like has Hennessey embroidered headrests, Hennessey premium floor mats, and a serial-numbered dash plaque.
The Hennessey Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon is in a unique spot in the American marketplace because there is currently no direct competition for this supercharged family hauler. Sure, one could get a BMW M3, or a Mercedes Benz C63 AMG, but neither of those are station wagons. The Hennessey Cadillac CTS-V650 Sport Wagon can be had for just a $16,115 premium over the standard Caddy CTS-V Wagon. For just $79,580, you too can get your hands on a Hennessey CTS-V650, including installation. If do it yourself projects are more your thing though, the V650 kit is also available by mail for a relatively reasonable $5,950.