“For nearly 20 years, Cadillac V-Series has brought winning technologies from the racetrack to our performance cars on the road,” said Rory Harvey, global vice president, Cadillac. “We look forward to continuing that heritage by competing in this exciting new chapter at the highest level of international motorsport.”
The new prototype meets all of the specifications for IMSA and the ACO Le Mans Daytona hybrid endurance events. Like its competitors, the prototype rides on a standardized chassis, utilizes a hybrid system, and boasts a unique combustion engine and cool bodywork. The LMDh-V.R, like the previous DPi-V.R endurance race car, was built as part of a partnership between GM Design and Dallara.