Expand the brand (both Cadillac in general and the CTS specifically) and move volume globally. This is a much, much, much better way for GM to fill plants to capacity and return to profitability. It sure beats cut-and-run.The CTS Wagon... Production is pegged at 10,000 to 12,000 units per year, with 50 percent of those intended for European sales. It’s quite possible that GM is targeting this October’s Paris Motor Show for an official unveiling of the car. U.S. pricing will range from $37,500 to $42,500.
Given the overwhelmingly positive reaction from the press and general public to the CTS Sedan and forthcoming CTS Coupe, we suspect the CTS Wagon will be met with equal enthusiasm. While some naysayers think a wagon will dilute the CTS brand, GM has done everything it can to make sure this model is just as fashionable as its siblings.