Cadillac’s CTS has come a long way from when the first previous generation sedan rolled off the Grand River assembly line in Lansing, Michigan back in 2002. Since in induction of the current generation model, the CTS has garnered acclaim as a world-class sport luxury sedan and went on to expand into a wagon, coupe, and the stellar V-Series performance lineup.
But, GM had its mind on expanding the CTS lineup with the first generation and Automobile Magazine has the evidence to prove it.
Evan McCausland of Automobile Magazine came across a General Motors-owned parking lot where unwanted full-scale design projects are parked until the end of days. Parked amongst the misfit vehicles laid a first generation Cadillac CTS wagon. The vehicle took some ideas from Audi’s Allroad wagon with its raised stance and large wheels.
Judging by the way this vehicle looks, it’s a good thing GM decided to hold off on the CTS wagon till the current generation. For a full gallery, visit Automobile Magazine through the link below.
Source: Automobile Magazine