A prototype version of the rumored Cadillac CTS Wagon has been spotted doing some test runs, and while it bears a whole lot of camouflage, we are able to discern its overall shape. The CTS is about to get some more cargo space in the back, and it seems that Cadillac wants to spin the CTS into a series of vehicles, rather than just a single sedan.
This follows in the same line of thought as the BMW 3-Series and the Audi A4, both of which are available in a number of different variants. For example, you can get the A4 in wagon form as the Avant and the BMW 3-Series as a coupe. In like manner, the Cadillac CTS Wagon isn’t the only car in the works, as they’re developing a coupe variant as well. The CTS Coupe concept was revealed in Detroit earlier this year.
The plan is to have the CTS Wagon manufactured at the same plant as the sedan and coupe: Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant. Production will be around 10,000 to 12,000 units, most of which are heading over to Europe. For a better look at the Caddy wagon, check out Autoblog.