Despite being coveted by nearly every single member of the automotive media, and the crown jewel of wagon enthusiasts everywhere, the Cadillac CTS-V SportWagon didn’t sell in droves. Mostly because automotive writers cannot afford a vehicle that starts at $64,515, and the current American market climate seems to shy away from any car with five doors. Such reasons are probably why the world will not see the a next-generation CTS wagon as the all-new model begins production this fall.
This also means that the CTS-V wagon is extremely rare. How rare? Only 1,200 of the 556 hp station wagons have been sold since its introduction — .05 percent of all second-generation CTS sales, according to a Tweet let out by DCAutoGeek. That’s all. That’s it. So for those of you hoping for some depreciation down the road, good luck.