• Jan 14, 2008
Hot off the wire is GM's surprise announcement that Cadillac will unveil a CTS Coupe Concept at its press conference later this morning. We've been expecting a CTS Coupe as part of the diversification of that model's offerings, and this concept should give us a great idea of what the probable production car will look like. Photos won't be released until closer to showtime, and we'll get them up as soon as they're released. Joining the CTS Coupe will be the Cadillac Provoq hydrogen concept, the CTS-V and Escalade Hybrid, which round out the Caddy contingent. Stay tuned for more.

UPDATE: The CTS Coupe Concept has been revealed!

[Source: GM]

PRESS RELEASE:
NEW PRODUCTION MODELS AND CONCEPTS HIGHLIGHT CADILLAC'S DESIGN AND INNOVATION AT THE NORTH AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

DETROIT – Carrying the momentum of its ongoing product renaissance – exemplified in the new, award-winning CTS – Cadillac accelerates into 2008 with significant moves that advance the brand's dramatic design and innovative performance technology. These initiatives are on display at the North American Auto Show, in a pair of new production models and a pair of forward-looking concepts:

  • 2009 CTS-V – the ultimate expression of Cadillac's performance, luxury and design
  • 2009 Escalade Hybrid – the first hybrid propulsion system applied to a large luxury SUV, delivering more than 50-percent improved fuel mileage in city driving
  • Myst Concept – a petroleum-free, hydrogen-powered vision of future luxury transportation
  • CTS Coupe Concept – a celebration of Cadillac's design heritage in the form of a personal, expressive sports coupe
"Cadillac's portfolio of technical solutions for luxury consumers around the globe has never been more diverse," said Jim Taylor, Cadillac general manager. "Wrapping all these products together is the distinctive design that has powered Cadillac's resurgence."

The CTS-V, Myst Concept and CTS Coupe Concept make their world debuts at Detroit, representing different yet complementary aspects of Cadillac's advanced technical development and evolving design language. The Escalade Hybrid, beginning production in mid-2008, extends the desirability of the leading large luxury SUV.


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      • 7 Years Ago
      I CANT WAIT!
      • 7 Years Ago
      There had better be a "V" variant of the Coupe to go alongside the Sedan. A CTS-V Coupe would be ****ing tits, particularly if it sheds a few pounds from the rather obese 4,200 pound V Sedan.
      • 7 Years Ago
      they should use the coupe body to make a convertible. keep the v with the sedan.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Bummer. I was hoping for the wagon.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hopefully it's lighter. Cutting the pounds would do wonders for performance.

      Lose some weight and save some dough
      • 7 Years Ago
      i also hope the ctc-v don't doesn't have the same grill as the cts-v