• Aug 15, 2008
Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon

Cadillac trotted out the 2010 CTS Sport Wagon here in Monterey and after seeing it in person, we're fans. It's edgy, smooth, finned (the roof rails) and sleek all in the right proportions. And for the States-siders, the 263 hp V6 will allow the wagon to hold its own off the line. While there's plenty of room in the back (note: it is a sport wagon) the car itself is quite compact. A 6'4" colleague couldn't fit in the front seat without bumping his head on the panoramic roof. And for folks at about the 6'0" mark, things get really cozy in the back seat. But you didn't buy a wagon because you wanted a full-sized sedan, did you? If you're in the wagon market, check it out when it comes to a dealer near you.

We've assembled two high-res galleries below and two videos after the jump of Cadillac design and product directors discussing the design of the CTS Sport Wagon.






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      • 6 Years Ago
      I like it! Now the big question. How much?
      Kumail
      • 6 Years Ago
      this and that one hot opel wagon are amazing. nothing bad about audi's either, but they might want to step it up, these wagon's are hot!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Please let this be a trend other automakers follow...
      • 6 Years Ago
      It could be only impression, but the buttons on the driver door seems a bit unreachable with leaning to the front.

      Anyway, this wagon rocks in and out.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I meant "without leaning".
        • 6 Years Ago
        We have a CTS sedan (same switchgear) and when you move your hand to the switches, they fall right into place. You don't need to lean at all. Quite well designed.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Robert G said: We have a CTS sedan (same switchgear) and when you move your hand to the switches, they fall right into place. You don't need to lean at all. Quite well designed.

      Well, if you say so.

      PS. Why can't we quote a quote??
      • 6 Years Ago
      What an abomination. This is why wagons got a bum rap. From a styling standpoint it appears to be too many things to to few people. The front is an overchromed nose from the '50s, the back resembles a 1st. generation FWD Eldorado and taken from the side it looks like one of those after factory sedan de ville wagons.Sloping rear roof line and steeply angled rear hatch destroy carrying capacity.
      Not for this country.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Whoever that 6'4" individual is, who bumped his head, he must have some strange proportions because I own an 08 CTS sedan (3.6DI, FE3, 6m) and I am 6'6". I have never bumped my head or found there to be headroom or legroom issues. My only complaint is that the seats could use more thigh support.

      As for the unveiling, why does it always appear that armature photographers can take better pictures than GM’s professional press folks?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks more like a hatchback than a wagon.
      • 6 Years Ago
      • 6 Years Ago
      Death to CTS Fake vents. There Ugly!!!

      To those complaining about not getting the G8 wagon, Hold your horse. If they are going to release a car base truck you can bet they will release a sports wagon. The question is just when.
        • 6 Years Ago


        As far as I know, the fender vents are actually open to extract heat from the engine bay, and to top it off, are not cheap plastic either, they are actual cast metal....
      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks awesome! Hopefully sales meet expectations.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Nice shape, and they hid the fact that they are using the rear doors from the sedan very well, even if the rear looks a bit unconventional.
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