The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon has a rear turbo, which is 1,700 hp


The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon is a legend among car lovers between the combination of a supercharged V8, 6-speed manual transmission and the practicality of a wagon, resulting in the ultimate car for almost every occasion. The passion for CTS-V wagons continues to grow as many enthusiasts seek out these unique cars and then modify them for even more performance. One such owner decided to convert his CTS-V wagon into a high-speed runway racer and the results are shocking.

From the factory, the CTS-V wagon is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 engine that produces a healthy 556 horsepower (414kW) and 551 lb-ft (747nm) of torque. For many, this is more than enough power, but for others, it is just the beginning. The CTS-V wagon, for example, is featured in today’s video as a fully-built cage racecar ready for any straight-line speed event.

This CTS-V wagon started out as a stock car, which then transformed into a twin-charged monster rated at 1,200 horsepower (894kW). After a while, this was not enough power, so the supercharger was allowed to turbocharge 106mm rear-mounted to boost this CTS-V wagon all the way to 1,700horspower (1193kW). It is a highly effective construction of aftermarket parts to trigger reasonably fast wagons in supercar shaming missiles. It is a clean construction that was built and engineered by experts and the results speak for themselves.

With a 6-speed manual transmission and enough horsepower to pull a ship through the Panama Canal, this CTS-V wagon is a show-stop build. A 200 meter wagon is not something that happens every day and we are happy to see this construction reach new heights of performance.

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