Cadillac’s $70,000 Monster Wagon Leaves Mad Max, Mel in Dust
There’s something about the desert that always makes you feel like you’re crawling along, even in a 556-horsepower monster like the CTS-V Wagon. Even with the accelerator sunk to the floor, Joshua trees swing slowly by, supplicating arms outstretched to the gray, turbulent sky.
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