Cadillac has a fairly stealthy – as in you might sometimes forget they’re officially in Europe – presence on the European continent, but aftermarket specialists know there’s a market for people that hunt down such out of the ordinary brands.
So, if you really want to stand out at a gathering of European super sedans, the Cadillac CTS-V is a healthy choice from the get go. And while in its standard form, with supercharged American muscle the CTS-V is car from lacking in terms of raw power, you might also want to “smoke” any competition from the more common European counterparts. German tuner GeigerCars has decided to help you with the thought that 640 horsepower and 630 pound-feet (854 Newton-meters) of torque is too little, too late – by shuffling a 2.9-liter, screw-type supercharger in place of the standard one and then take the V8 engine to a supercar-touting 753 hp and 654 lb-ft (887 Nm).
Thanks to this no-compromise experience, anyone manning the wheel will thunder to 62 mph (100 kph) in only three and a half seconds, which is on par with the mighty new Mercedes-AMG E63S. And when the Autobahn gets clear, you can even surpass the aforementioned 186-mph (300-kph) E63 S machine by reaching 210 mph (338 kph). Geiger is also making sure the CTS-V stands out in a crowd via a thought-provoking body kit, black accents on the original 19-inch alloys. Naturally, it doesn’t come cheap – €116,570 with all the bells and whistles.