He came to us from White Harbor. Never failed in his duty. Kept his vows best he could. He rode far, fought fiercely. We shall never see his like again.
Secret agents are cool. They travel the world stopping evil geniuses and wooing attractive members of the opposite sex. They're well dressed, clever and they usually have a pretty badass car at their disposal.
It's fast, it handles and it's the answer to a question only asked by a small, noisy few gearheads and automotive journalists. We got another chance behind the wheel of Cadillac's CTS-V wagon this weekend because, well, it was available in the General's New York City press fleet.
The 556 HP Cadillac CTS-V Wagon will be available at U.S. Cadillac dealers later this year, with pricing starting at $62,990, including destination. Do want. Do want so badly it hurts.
This is the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon. It is a staggeringly irrelevant ball of horsepower and excellence wrapped up in the coolest shape to come out of Detroit in years. We love it. You should, too.
This is it. The Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon is officially heading to production. This is the "show car" version of the 556 HP supercharged Corvette-engined Caddy-badged Jesus wagon we'll be seeing live this week in New York. Daddy like.
This is it — the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon — fully unmasked at a marketing photo shoot. It's the stretched-out high-power people-hauler every automotive journalist has been waiting for. Let's just go ahead and call it the Cadillac of awesome.
Our prayers for a US über-wagon have been answered, as GM has confirmed Inside Line's claim that the Cadillac CTS-V Sportwagon is go! No word yet on details, pricing or timeline. Only the cryptic tweet from Scott Oldham below.