The all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS was revealed just over a week ago at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. In person, the car is simply gorgeous, and is sure to get customers in the driver’s seat based on looks alone. Though depending on who you ask, there’s only going to be one body style for the CTS to choose from, at least as things currently stand.
Nobody is expecting a CTS/CTS-V Wagon to be offered during the life cycle of all-new model. Pity, because we really can’t think of anything else in the world that offered such an amazing combination of driving performance, cargo capacity, and overall luxury. And for that matter, an all-new CTS/CTS-V Coupe may not come to fruition, either. This might affect sales of the CTS, as 30 percent of the current take rate is from the two-door version, though speculation is that an ATS Coupe could fill that void.
At the same time, Mercedes continues to offer an E-Class Coupe, and BMW offers the 6 Series. Neither of which sell in droves, but for the demanding consumer that insists on no more than two doors, they’re available.
All things considered, should the people behind Cadillac find it in themselves to bring an all-new CTS Coupe to market? Or should engineering efforts be put elsewhere? Give us your thoughts in the comments below, and participate in our new poll.