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2010 Cadillac CTS Coupe

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An enterprising spy shooter at Car und Driver named Siler — who we're assured has no relation to the bad guy from Heroes — has captured on film what appears to be two camo-covered 2010 Cadillac CTS Coupes. It's the first known on-road spotting of the new deuce-door CTSexiness, and it appears to — umm — look a lot like the concept car that "blew" our minds last month at the Detroit Auto Show. These shots seem to indicate much of what we'd seen in Detroit would make it's way into a production version.

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Because although on-stage at the reveal Lutz was mum on production, we got the same wink and nod the boys at C&D got from our sources at the General, who told us it should hit the roads at the end of 2009 as a 2010 model. Actually, to be fair, we only got a wink. We're not entirely sure, but that nod may just have been a nervous tic of some sort, so we can't be entirely certain it meant anything. [via Car & Driver]

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@cgarison:

The problem is the public has already decided that they don't want "proper" Cadillacs. The CTS has been a runaway success for people who like their luxury cars with cramped interiors, bolstered seats, loud revvy engines, and rock hard suspension.

That you BMW, for showing the company that was building V16s when you were still building Austin 7 knockoffs how to build luxury cars.

Besides, the last traditional Caddy was the Fleetwood, and that's been dead for 12 years.