BMW’s 5-Series Gran Turismo is one of the more confusing vehicles to come from the German automaker. The model, which is also available as a smaller 3-Series GT, is referred to by BMW as a “Progressive Activity Sedan,” and provides more trunk capacity, interior space and headroom compared to the standard 5-Series.
There’s no way Cadillac can provide an answer to all of BMW’s, Mercedes’ and Audi’s models, so they need to pick which ideas they green-light carefully. BMW’s 5- and 3-Series GT models aren’t really hot sellers, but that didn’t stop CarScoops from rendering Cadillac’s possible CTS-based response to the car anyways.
We’re a bit confused by this render, as it doesn’t look like there’s any additional headroom like the 5-Series GT. Instead, this appears to be a lifted CTS with additional trunk space and some rugged plastic cladding. Hatchbacks and station wagons are already a tough sell in the American market, so this whacky-looking wagon/sedan/hatchback mashup probably wouldn’t fly over here. We have a better chance of receiving a second-gen CTS Sport Wagon, and even that is extremely far-fetched.
Check out the renderings here and let us know what you think in the comments.