Cadillac launched the new 2008 Cadillac CTS at the Detroit Auto Show last month where it received a lot of spotlight, and now the GM company is getting even more serious and is expanding the line with a wagon and coupe variant of its best-selling model. Hoping to gain popularity mostly in Europe, the move with a wagon and coupe variant will give Cadillac more room to compete with Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz who have such variants of their entry-level sedans.
Cadillac is also planning a three-door hatchback that will compete with the Audi A3, which we think is kind of stupid since we can’t imagine a baby Cadillac.
The Cadillac CTS coupe is expected to launch in the 2010 model year along with the hatchback, while the Cadillac CTS wagon is expected to show up in the 2009 model year.
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