Despite former reports on the contrary, Cadillac VP of marketing Don Butler hinted to Car & Driver that a Cadillac wagon is indeed in the plans for the future, as is a coupe (which we already expect). However, he did note that the brand may not “necessarily continue forward in the way we’re doing it today.”
So, what does this mean? It could just mean that the new wagon may not necessarily be an all-new CTS Wagon, per se. Could it be an ATS Wagon, despite reports on the contrary? Considering Cadillac’s German rivals offer wagons in both the compact and midsized segments, we’d recommend offering a pair of all-new Alpha-based 5-doors. Even if there is a small rear-wheel-drive crossover coming. But that may be too much for the American market to handle. However, it’s easy to see both an ATS and CTS wagon selling at a decent clip in Europe.