Cadillac is looking at high-performance derivatives beyond its current portfolio, brand executives said at the recent media launch of the ATS-V in Texas.

Cadillac currently offers a sedan and a coupe version of the 464-hp ATS-V; in the fall, the 640-hp CTS-V will be added. But that’s not enough.

Asked whether Cadillac was considering a burlier, even more aggressive variation of the ATS-V in the mold of the Mercedes-AMG Black Series models, chief engineer Dave Leone had this to say: “We might have something down the road that is a little bit more aggressive.” Another source said that such a model could come to market by 2017.

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