American muscle with German engineering.
Cam Shaft Premium Wrapping, the German tuner specializing in car wrapping has taken the Cadillac CTS-V to a new level of style and performance. The stock chrome features on the CTS-V have been replaced with new matte components for a distinct appearance. New engine components also boost power and make the supercharged V-8 scream.
The exterior of the CTS-V showcases Cam Shaft’s greatest skill – car wrapping. Taking inspiration from the Stealth Bomber, Cam Shaft wrapped the muscle sedan in a thin Matte White wrap. To contrast the white, the door surrounds and exterior mirrors have been dressed in a Mate Black wrap. While General Motors has been known for its use of chrome, Cam Shaft has taken a different approach with the CTS-V. All chrome pieces such as the grill, trim, and side vents have been deplated and painted a Matte Black. Even the bright chrome wheels have been painted Matte Black, with the wheel bolts receiving a black nickel-plating.
Powering the Cam Shaft CTS-V is a modified 6.2-liter supercharged V-8. The supercharger has been fitted with a Wait4Me performance kit to help increase maximum boost pressure up to 0.4 BAR (5.8 PSI). In addition, a new polished air intake and optimized software have been installed to bring power output to a staggering 630 horsepower.
The complete tuning program for the Cadillac CTS-V is currently available from Cam Shaft. The matte white wrap is available for € 2,250 (+/- 2,900 USD), while the deplating and painting of all chrome parts including wheels is € 3,250 (+/- 4,300 USD). The engine performance kit is priced at € 3,800 (+/- 5,000 USD) including installation.
Cam Shaft Cadillac CTS-V:
Number of Cylinders: V-8
Maximum Boost Pressure: 0.4 BAR (5.8 PSI)
Maximum Horsepower: 630
-Wait4Me supercharger performance kit
-Larger, polished air intake
-Revised software program
-Matte White exterior wrap
-Deplating and painting of all 25 chrome exterior pieces
-Matte Black wheels
-Nickel-plated wheel bolts
Photography Credit: Jordi Miranda
[Source: Cam Shaft]
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