2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon Pictures, Details Leaked?

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UPDATE: The new Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon has now been officially revealed at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

We've seen the 2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon but that was masked up with black camo as it was being tested on the road . Now we've got some un-camoed pictures of the newest member to the 2010 CTS family as it's apparently being tested online for opinions. The CTS family already includes the sedan and the 2010 CTS Coupe, and with this new Wagon der Sport, it'll be a threesome. Thanks to tipster Wally, this screen capture from what's purportedly a Harris Poll opinion survey (Cadillac PR would neither confirm nor deny the veracity) not only shows us exactly what the wagon will look like, but what specifications we can expect under the "Art & Science" skin. We'll take ours with the 304 HP 3.6-liter direct-injection V6 connected to the 6-speed automatic, but apparently a 260 HP 3.0-liter V6 and all-wheel-drive will also be available. Evidently, pricing will be in the $37,500 to $42,500 range. For that coin, you'll reportedly get equipment like full-time traction control, electronic stability control, side curtain airbags, and UltraView double-size sunroof, 8-speaker Bose stereo, available 5.1 Surround Sound with hard drive music storage and live radio pause/re-play, available pop-up touch-screen navigation system, and of course OnStar. All sound familiar to you? That's because it's the same options list on the CTS. More info and Cadillac CTS Wagon spy photos below the jump.


Open up the power-operated lift-gate, and you'll find 25 cubic feet of cargo space, and 58 cubic feet of cargo space when you put down the split-folding 2nd row seat. That's not quite enough room to fit a casket in the back, but we have a feeling that this is one Cadillac wagon that won't be used for hearse duty. What we know for sure is we're of the opinion if Cadillac had wanted to keep this to themselves, they would have done it the old fashioned way — behind closed doors in panel testing.

Big Hat Tip to Wally!



Once again Mad, I couldn't have said it better myself. In all honesty, I'm hoping gas prices drive people to driving stationwagons and car based CUV's at best. I'd like to be able to see over traffic out of my car someday.

In reference to what Jones91 has said, I suggest you do some research, most manufacturers use a limited amount of platforms for their vehicles. However, this isn't a badge swap, this is a variant of said vehicle.

I think everything UDMan says just backs up itself. However, whether this vehicle is classified as a truck or not...it will still be interpreted as a car to the consumer. Whether the wagon is called the CTS-W or CTS-E(as in estate), I'll be happy. After all, we all need a wagon revolution, no?