GM Announces 2014 Cadillac XTS with Twin Turbo V-6

New twin turbo V-6 for the Cadillac XTS

Jun 25 2013, 12:00pm CDT | by

GM Announces 2014 Cadillac XTS with Twin Turbo V-6

Cadillac has announced it will be adding a new option to its XTS luxury sedan line. The option is a new engine, specifically a twin turbocharged V6. This is the same twin Turbo V-6 engine that will power some versions of the Cadillac CTS luxury performance sedan.

The twin turbocharged V-6 engine produces 410 hp and 369 pounds-foot of torque. Cadillac says that its power output makes it one of the most power dense six-cylinder engines used in any luxury automobile. The twin turbo engine produces an additional 105 pound-foot of torque compared to the standard V-6.

The twin Turbo V-6 engine will be available in the new Vsport line that will set right underneath the super high-performance V-Series Cadillac models. This Turbo V-6 is significantly upgraded compared to a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine become standard in the XTS. It's unknown exactly what the pricing for the version using the twin Turbo V6 will be, the XTS starts at $45,525.

 
 
 

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