After a ride in the passenger seat, we can sum up our impression of the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon in one word: Perfect. Other words: Power, style, luxury, and five swingin' doors. The 'merican superwagon has it all.
A GM production document shows the company produced just 38 CTS Sport Wagons in June. Is the company giving up on the wagon? Nope. They're just setting up coupe production, according to Cadillac spokesman Nick Twork. Whew.
The stigma associated with wagons is evaporating. Most SUVs — the form factor's unfortunate replacement — are becoming more wagonlike. Let's just skip a step: Wagons aren't the past, they're the better, sexier future.
Conventional wisdom is Americans don't like wagons, imagining them as transportation for unwashed masses of rugrats driven by people who've given up being cool. The Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon resoundingly shreds that stereotype.
We're actually driving the Cadillac CTS Sportwagon right now (review to come Monday!) and... umm... we're not sure what to think about this video put together by some guerrilla GM marketers. It's certainly not awesome, but it's not horrible either.
The taller-than-a-sedan 2010 Cadillac CTS Sportwagon will hit dealer lots starting later this month, but it's already hitting the streets of metro Detroit. We ended up CTS-spotting a few wagon-und-sports.
A Jalopnik tipster just sent us this shot of the Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon out for some just-barely-Spring driving near Metro Detroit's I-696 Caesar-salad-bowl. We're pleased as punch to see it out testing.
Fast Lane Daily's insomniac spy photographer, Keith, spotted this abundant collection of General Motors products taking a break from some high-altitude testing in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Most obvious is the 2010 Cadillac CTS CoupeRead…