There are no major options on the 2009 Cadillac XLR-V—just a very long standard equipment list.
Because the 2009 Cadillac is fully loaded, the very term "optional equipment" is meaningless here. Edmunds adds that the Cadillac XLR-V 2009's "comprehensive equipment list leaves room for only a pair of options: the Alpine White Edition (which features its namesake's exterior hue along with chrome wheels) and chrome wheels."
The Detroit News asserts, "Cadillac lavishes enough high-tech features on the car to rival Germany's best, but without the unnecessarily complicated controls ... standard features include adaptive headlamps, radar cruise control, an ultrasonic reverse sensing system, rain-sensing wipers, a DVD navigation system with touch-screen."
Edmunds states "only one [Cadillac XLR-V 2009] trim is available, but—as befits the car's nearly six-figure price tag—it's fully loaded. Perks like Bluetooth phone connectivity, heated leather seats and adaptive cruise control (which automatically maintains a preset distance between the roadster and the car ahead of it) are all standard."
Kelley Blue Book reports, "Just about everything a luxury-performance fan could savor is included" in the list price of the 2009 Cadillac, though they note that "none of the features are unique or particularly dramatic."