650 HP Shelby GT500 Mustang vs 556 HP CTS-V Drag Race Video - Heads Up - Road Test TV
http://www.RoadTestTV.com A 2008 Shelby Mustang GT500 with pulley, tune, Exhaust, and drag radials takes on our bone stock 2013 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. The CTS-V is equipped with a stock 556 horsepower 6.2 liter LSA engine.
2000hp Wheelie King Shelby GT500 - Evolution Performance
This Evolution performance built GT500 was most definitely one of the highlights of the weekend as it pulled wheelie after wheelie. When the 2000 beast owned by Brian Devilbiss kept the front wheels down, the Devil's Reject was able to reel in some impressive passes as well. Don't forget to SMACK that LIKE button and SUBSCRIBE for more! Check out our Vlog channel!!: https://www.youtube.com/KleibVlogs Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bigkleib34 Kleiber Motorsports is the home of everything FAST!! Click "Subscribe" to stay updated. It's free!! Also, feel free to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at our addresses below! Check us out on Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/bigkleib34 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bigkleib34 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bigkleib34 Filmed by Jesse Kleiber, Owner/Operator of BigKleib34
Cadillac CTS-V vs Jag XFR - Drag Race
In a recent comparison, Cadillac's all-new 556 horsepower CTS-V sedan dominated the BMW M5 in a drag race battle. But there's a new competitor in the super sedan segment - Jaguar's 510 horsepower XFR. Can it take the crown away from Cadillac's CTS-V?
2010 Bentley Continental vs Cadillac CTS-V
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2010 Bentley Continental Suspersports will set you back $286.845 and it is the most powerful car that Bentley has ever built with a Twin turbo W-12 6.0L engine that produces 621 HP. The 2010 Cadillac CTS-V is a mere $ 68,445 and is the fastest production four door sedan on the market today with a supercharged V8 from the Corvette ZR-1 that produces 556 HP. Perhaps just as importantly the two premium luxury sports cars best demonstrate the difference of flying business vs. flying first class. So what exactly does $200,000 more buy?