2017 Cadillac DPi-V.R IMSA Prototype Signals

2017 Cadillac DPi-V.R IMSA Prototype Signals
Seems Cadillac following path of Mazda and its RT24-P model, the jewelry of GM decided that it’s peak moment to come back to the dangerous world of survival racing. Earlier Bugatti displayed F1 2020 concept.

After a 14 years, Cadillac is prepared to noise again thanks to this male here, the DPi-V.R. Purportedly based on a Dallara LMP2 bodies, as perceived in the FIA World Endurance Championship, the Cadillac DPi-V.R will challenge in the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Its race beginning is set for the 55th edition of the Rolex 24 at Daytona on January 28, 2017 and seems like three instances of the DPi-V.R racecar will be handled.

Action Express Racing, the team that triumphed the last three model headings in North America, and Wayne Taylor Racing are gifted with the DPi-V.R. Action Express has two vehicles, while the other DPi-V.R goes to Wayne Taylor. Intended to show itself in the flesh during at Daytona Internation Speedway on December 13 for pre-season experimenting, get-up-and-go comes politeness of a 6.2-liter Earnhardt Childress Racing V8. The naturally aspirated motor is insignificant to 600 horsepower and to some degree, it’s beautiful akin to what Daytona versions from Chevy have been using for quite some moment now.

2017 IMSA rules allow groups to make insignificant modifications to sheets such as the side husks, rear-wheel curves and nose and male did Cadillac do its champion to consign one of the champion-looking survival drivers in recent memory.

Cadillac’s V-Performance production versions - the ATS-V and CTS-V are transforming our brand’s commodity matter, attaining a place among the world’s elite high-performance names, expressed Cadillac's Johan de Nysschen. The Cadillac DPi-V.R further strengthens our V-Performance case, moving Cadillac into the advanced successions of sports vehicle racing in North America.