We’ll eat our collective hat at GM Authority if Cadillac were to ever produce such a car, but hey, we can dream. We’re talking about a 2019 Cadillac CT6 V-Sport wagon.
The rendering comes from Kleber Silva who imagined an enthusiast’s dream vehicle with a sharp roofline leading into a functional rear hatchback for the 2019 CT6 V-Sport. The entire design works so very well and the rear end translates to the wagon body with ease. Under the hood is none other than Cadillac’s new 4.2-liter LTA twin-turbo V8 engine making 550 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. Form, function and power at its best in our eyes.
Of course, we have zero evidence to suggest Cadillac will release such a product any time soon, if ever. The last wagon from Cadillac was the cult-classic CTS wagon, which also came as a V-series. Looking to the future, Cadillac’s plans include more crossovers, two new sedans and perhaps a liftback flagship vehicle based on the Escala concept.
The American consumer has largely fallen out of love with the wagon body style since last century, but that didn’t stop Buick from green-lighting the Regal TourX. Maybe there’s hope for a CT6 wagon… but probably not.