The 2022 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing models will come with manual transmissions. Specifically, a six-speed manual. Yay! We’ve known that’d be the case for a while, but General Motors’ luxury division reconfirmed the gearbox on Thursday. The cars have a special honor when it comes to the manual transmission. They feature “new additive manufacturing applications” for 3D-printed parts.
Cadillac engineers cut costs and waste while developing a gearbox that’s “quieter” and “more durable,” according to the brand. The stick also gets a nifty 3D-printed medallion on top, which you can see pictured above. Climb in the driver’s seat Subscribe to Roadshow’s newsletter for the latest car news and reviews, delivered to your inbox twice weekly. That’s not all, though. Both the CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwings also […]
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