The all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS sedan rotating on display at the New York Auto Show is sure to be leaving people with the impression as one of the best vehicles in show. Inside and out, the new CTS looks amazing, with a spec sheet to match. But when it comes to multiple body style variants, the outlook is cloudy.
A CTS coupe would make sense, considering the popularity of the outgoing CTS Coupe (the best-selling luxury coupe in the industry), and that rival luxury makes such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW offer D/E segment coupes today, though they are on the pricier side.
“We will see where we go,” is what Jim Vurpillat, Cadillac global marketing director, told Edmunds during an interview last week. At the very least, a coupe variant of the all-new 2014 CTS would probably look amazing.