Originally Posted by sdiver68
I have since found a Nordschliefe time of 8:19 for the current CTS-V, which is faster than the time for the e46 M3.
So, yes, bottom line, I believe the next gen CTS-V is fully capable of running with and probably humiliating the next gen M3 on a track due to its huge HP advantage.
We'll have to see about that. Whether the actual CTS-V time is faster or not, I doubt "humiliation" will apply given the apparent HP difference.
By the way, what is the source for the 8:19 time you found? That is pretty quick!