- Mar 14, 2021
- V-Series Cadillac(s)?
- 2022 CT5-V Blackwing
No splitter is standard, but you can get the non CF version for no charge (has to be added to order).I am guessing you are privy to internal GM stuff to get this? I noticed the configurator now has a no cost front splitter option. I thought that was interesting, but can't figure out what it really is.
After looking at the order guide, I see that now. That is a change from earlier in the year. Oddly, it looks like the order guide shows that if you add the 10-speed auto either the no cost splitter or CF splitter is required. No such restriction on the manual.No splitter is standard, but you can get the non CF version for no charge (has to be added to order).
yep reported it, noticed it when I was there. They will need to replace the CF side skirts as they had markings on them..definitely now show quality unfortunately with the proper light angles you can see it, however, you need to look at the angle. I still have the car though, as I believe those parts are going to be hard to get in stock, and they will replace when the parts come in.congrats! It might be the camera angle, but you might want to check that CF on the door sills... doesnt look like the lift boys knew what they were doing. too close for comfort IMO.
For the GT350/500s, they can't even get the cars onto the train due to the tires so they delay the builds. My GT350 was built on 10/12 last year so I was unaffected, luckily.Or, deliveries will be delayed.
Rob,So, as a helpful service to our members, if you post your order number here once you get it from your dealer, I will do what I can to track your orders and post the updates....on one condition: you post pics when you get it!
Current Blackwing Order Tracker
Keep in mind that CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing production is set to begin on July 5th, 2021, so there won't be much movement in orders prior to the start of production.
GM Event Codes
Below is an updated list of GM Event Codes used during the ordering process:
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I refused delivery of my GT350R because the tires were cracked on a December delivery.For the GT350/500s, they can't even get the cars onto the train due to the tires so they delay the builds. My GT350 was built on 10/12 last year so I was unaffected, luckily.
The fastest Mustangs wear Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, but that summer rubber can't get enough grip to leave the factory from November to March.www.roadandtrack.com
This was a courtesy delivery so, it was ordered from one dealership and delivered to another dealership. Long story short, Ford Corporate tried to play me for a fool which I couldn't understand until I found out that the car ended up in the personal collection of the owner of the dealership to which it was delivered.Did the dealer take the delivery and replace the tires?
It's real.Had no idea they could crack so quickly