MotorWeek was in Detroit last night as Cadillac revealed their first-ever CT4-V to join the recently announced CT5-V. This now makes a trio of V-Series sedans in the Cadillac lineup as the two newcomers join the already available CT6-V. The CT4-V is powered by Cadillac’s high-output 2.7L Turbo engine featuring a unique three-step sliding camshaft that helps optimize performance at all speeds. It is rated at a Cadillac-estimated 320 horsepower. The CT5-V is powered by a high-output 3.0L Twin Turbo V-6 engine, which uses low-inertia turbochargers to enhance power production across the rpm band. It is rated at a Cadillac-estimated 355 horsepower. Other highlights of both cars include available dark exterior accents, Super Cruise, standard 10-speed automatic in either RWD or AWD, Brembo front braking system, Magnetic Ride Control 4.0, eBoost electronic assist, limited slip differential, and new V-Mode steering wheel control.The new additions provide the V-Series family with even higher levels of performance, while preserving the lineage established by the original V-Series lineup introduced in 2004. Sales of the Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V begin in 2020.