Cadillac has yet to comment on the possibility of the third-generation Cadillac CTS getting a Sport Wagon, but that hasn’t stopped us from dreaming. If another iteration of the stylish wagon does come along, there’s a good chance of Cadillac adding it to the V-Series lineup. And if they do that, there’s a good chance it will look like what you see above.
French rendering artist Virtuel-Car is responsible for this transformation of the 640 horsepower 2016 Cadillac CTS-V sedan into a theoretical wagon/hatch variant. The rendering is fairly realistic, complete with a hatch-mounted spoiler and a downward sloping roofline as seen on the first CTS Sport Wagon… though the design is missing one pillar to make it a true “wagon”, so we’d call it a hatch instead.
The first-generation CTS-V Sport Wagon accounted for an extremely small percentage of total CTS sales, so chances of a second one coming along are slim, especially if the new CTS continue to sell at low volume, albeit with high transaction prices. That said, we’d love to see the new CTS in more body styles, and Cadillac should feel free to start things off with a convenient, contemporary wagon. But we’re not picky, as a new CTS coupe would also suffice.