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Mark you calendars, because what promises to be the most powerful production Cadillac ever is set to be revealed in less than a month’s time.

Last April, Cadillac confirmed that it would launch the Blackwing versions of its CT4-V and CT5-V. Now, according to Cadillac Society, who cites sources familiar with the matter, the CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing will debut on February 1.

Although the CT4-V and CT5-V were launched in 2019, they are the tamer, more approachable sporty sedans. Like Audi’s S models, or, say, BMW’s M340i, the V-Series are an entry point in the sporty sedan lineup. The Blackwings, meanwhile, are more akin to Audi‘s RSs or BMW’s full-blown M cars.

Read Also: Cadillac Is Making The CT4/5-V Blackwings’ Manual Tougher And Quieter

Cadillac has revealed that the Blackwings will get magnesium wheels, carbon-fiber sports seats and 6-speed manual transmissions, but little more has been officially shared.

Reports suggest that the CT4-V Blackwing will make use of GM’s twin-turbo 3.6-liter V6. That’s the same engine used by its predecessor, the ATS-V, in which it made 464 hp and 445 lb-ft. The CT5-V Blackwing, meanwhile, will reportedly get a supercharged LT4 6.2-liter V8. Again, that’s the same mill its spiritual predecessor, the CTS-V, used. In that case, the engine made 640 hp and 630 lb-ft of torque.

The engine has other homes, though. Specifically, in the Chevrolet Camaro, where it makes 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque and is paired to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic.

The Blackwings, apparently, won’t be sold in Australia or China.


The Sentry Mode of the Tesla Model 3 is one of its most useful features and as it turns out, not even snow can stop it from working.

Sentry Mode uses the Model 3’s exterior cameras to monitor what is going on around the car when it is parked. If the system detects something suspicious, it will start recording. While the side cameras and rear camera are quite well protected from the elements, the front-facing camera at the top of the windshield could easily be covered by snow – and, wouldn’t you know it, Tesla has already thought of that.

Watch Also: Tesla Model 3’s Sentry Mode Captures Two Men Keying Car

Images recently shared by owners online reveal that the camera unit is able to heat up to melt snow that may be blocking its view. More specifically, The Drive, who published photos from Model 3 owner Jon Herrity, writes that there are defrosting lines in front of the camera unit that work like the ones you’ll find on rear windows.

It appears as though the system is always enabled, just in case an owner wants to use Smart Summon and drive the car remotely through their smartphone.

Since Tesla rolled out its Sentry Mode function, heaps of videos have surfaced online of people breaking into Model 3s or intentionally damaging them. In fact, we’ve shared more than a couple of videos that show individuals keying the sides of Teslas while unknowingly being filmed by the exterior cameras.

Following its debut overseas, Mitsubishi has introduced the facelifted Mirage in America.

Available as a sedan and hatchback, the 2021 Mirage features an all-new front fascia with a Dynamic Shield grille. The model has also been equipped with new headlights and sportier air intakes.

The styling changes are less noticeable out back, but include a new rear bumper and restyled taillights. The model also sports a revised color palette that now includes White Diamond and Sand Yellow.

Also Read: Facelifted Mitsubishi Mirage / Attrage Unveiled With New Looks, But They’re No Lookers

Buyers looking for something more unique can opt for the new Carbonite Edition. It’s distinguished by red and carbon-effect accents.

Moving into the cabin, drivers will find an upgraded interior that comes standard with a 7-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The 2021 Mirage also gains new soft-touch accents, redesigned arm rests and window switches with a “sporty carbon fiber effect.”

Speaking of upgrades, the Mirage now comes standard with a forward collision mitigation system with pedestrian detection. The range-topping SE variant goes even further as it adds automatic high beam headlights and a lane departure warning system.

Power comes from a familiar 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 78 hp (58 kW / 79 PS) and 74 lb-ft (100 Nm) of torque. It can be connected to either a five-speed manual or an optional continuously variable transmission.

While engine is anemic, the Mirage is the “most fuel efficient gasoline-powered non-hybrid vehicle” in America as it returns 36 mpg city, 43 mpg highway and 39 mpg combined when equipped with the CVT.

Pricing starts at $14,295 for the hatchback and $15,295 for the sedan. That’s $300 more than last year’s model, but it excludes a destination and handling charge of $1,095 ($1,220 in Alaska and Hawaii).

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