Cadillac CTS-V Carbon Black Package Is Only Exclusive To Japan

May 28, 2017 01:06 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The Cadillac CTS-V Carbon Black Package is only available to the Japanese market. Japan is already used to getting custom-made models from Cadillac, which covers a wide range of ATS and CTS.

The Cadillac CTS-V Carbon Black Edition, however, is the most eye-catching and captivating bespoke model that graces the Japanese soil. It is even considered significantly meaner and better than the one made available in the U.S.

This is evidenced as Cadillac installs the model with carbon black kit, which has a black front diffuser and a rear spoiler. Its matching side vents and side grille definitely complete the whole look. This specific edition stands out even more because of its set of gunmetal wheels.

It is available in Sable Black and Crystal White Tri-Coat paint finishes. Its interior has not been spared. To make it look even more special than it already is, it has 16-way adjustable Recaro seats with Jet Black leather and Alcantara. To stay true to its "Black theme," the color is abundant on the steering wheel, dash and the center console.

The engine line-up is also beefed. It comes powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 engine, which is similar to the one in the U.S. It is capable of producing 640-horsepower which can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 3.7-seconds. Its top speed is at 200 mph.

To make this even more special and limited, there are only FOUR models to be built in Japan. For U.S. buyers, the Carbon Black Package is made onto any CTS, CTS-V, ATS, or ATS-V starting this summer. It does come in steep priced at $115,000.

The Cadillac CTS-V Carbon Black Package includes some of the features of CTS-S V Sedan. These are low-gloss carbon fiber interior trim and available sueded steering wheel and shifter. It does have V-Series performance front seats and the availability of Recaro V-Series front seats.

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