• Jun 12, 2007


Podcast 68 Part One (CTS-V)

The enhanced version of Autoblog Podcast #68 is now ready for your discerning eyes and ears. In Part One, we talk about the ridiculous horsepower of the CTS-V and in Part Two we dive into GM's upcoming RWD Alpha program, which could underpin a future G6. The continuation of Part Two includes a discussion of the departure of the Cobalt SS for 2008. We finish up with Wolgang Bernhardt taking over in the background over at Chrysler, and discuss Hyundai's 10-year warranties for its certified pre-owned vehicles.

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GM Alpha RWD Platform, Cobalt SS

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      • 7 Years Ago
      I was slightly mistified why you still consider the CTS the size of a 3 series. That is just not true and you guys should know your facts better. The the quibling that it is too much power... but you can accept it from others...ie BMW, AUDI, Merc. Why? Is this the old snobish Europhile bigotry? While it has been safe for car hacks to take this comfortable position for 30 years, maybe times are changing and you have not caught up. We will just have to wait and see. Where are these Euro Marques for the last 3 years in the Speed GT series....no shows. Even the quintesential sports car , porsche is currently behind in Mfr points. CTS-V seems pretty competative there.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Pontiac needs maybe 4 cars. GTO calm looks, crazy performance. Trans Am for crazy looks and good performance. G8 and G6 to offer anything else.