For the past few months, everything we've heard - or almost - about the gasoline-powered car has been negative. Over the last several years, the automobile as we’ve known it for the past century has become the target of environmentalists everywhere.
The industry has, for the most part, decided to turn to electric propulsion, and that transition is now well on its way. Although, at the moment, carmakers’ announcements about the future of the industry are generally pointing to 2030. That is going to be a pivotal year in automotive history, if all those press releases are any indication.
But back to the present. In 2022, most vehicles still run mostly on gasoline. And we can agree that this ultimate Cadillac mid-size super-powered sedan sure uses its share of it.
Basically, the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing is a muscle car disguised as a living room on wheels. Or, as I had fun calling it during my week-long test drive, a four-door Corvette. But before you decide whether or not to buy it, take the time to read the following, as it may shed some light on the potential of one of the last gasoline-powered sedans in the brand's history.