As development continues on the all-new, third-generation Cadillac CTS, a test mule was spotted across the Atlantic, but has removed a layer of wrapping in favor of a more revealing zebra stripe paint scheme. The look is identical to that of the ATS when it began its testing at Germany’s Nürburgring.
With a full gallery found on Automobile, the new skin hints at a smaller grille — at least one that doesn’t seemingly take up the entire front fascia, while the car’s profile appears sleeker overall. The current light fitments appear very ATS-like, as do the wheel designs. In the back, we notice a steadily declining roofline that teeters between a traditional sedan and a four coupe, while the wheelbase appears definitely longer than today’s model. The rear fascia continues with a tall and slender tail lamp design, while the bumper features a pair of integrated exhaust tips — similar to that of the current XTS. But how do you feel about what we see so far? Sound off in the comment section below!