Like the rest of General Motors, Cadillac is shifting toward battery electric vehicles. The brand’s first EV the Lyriq will arrive in the first half of this year, and it’ll signal a significant change for the American icon that built its brand on powerful V8 luxury cars. Competition in that space had put pressure on Cadillac, leading to the brand embracing performance vehicles over the last decade.
It’s a solid legacy that’s already hitting the drag strip to give late-model Cadillacs a new narrative. A YouTube video from the Drag Racing and Car Stuff channel captures the antics at 2022’s Cadillac Attack event at Orlando Speed World Dragway, and Cadillac owners did not disappoint. The short video is packed with high-powered four- and two-door luxury cars that produce far more power than they did when they rolled off the assembly line.
For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.