It’s plenty luxurious: The CTS-V doesn't have a better cabin than the M5. Still, it’s a nice place to be. Standard features include an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, auto parallel parking, a heated steering wheel, wireless charging pad, curb-view camera and heated and ventilated front seats. The $2,075 Luxury Package added on on tri-zone climate control, heated rear seats, sunshades and the awesome, if still mostly a novelty, rear camera mirror. Our biggest complaint is the Recaro seats, which are superb but can get uncomfortable on longer drives. While the cabin won’t blow you away you do get a lot for your money and the design and material quality prove Cadillac is done playing catch-up.