2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon
The most interesting addition to the wreath and crest family is the Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon, a first for Cadillac, at least in the US. While this GM division has sold smaller BLS wagons in Europe and supported conversion companies that have morphed a few sedans into wagons, never before in its 106-year history has Cadillac offered Americans a factory-built wagon.
Although some wagons are dedicated to cargo and/or family transport, the CTS is all about style. With a roof 1.25-inches higher and 200 lbs. added to the curb weight but no increase in overall length, this wagon is the fashion equivalent of wearing a baseball cap with the bill swung rakishly back. Taking full advantage of the opportunity, Cadillac stylists stretched the tail lamps to a full three feet in length and configured the roof rails as nicely integrated chrome upper-body accents.
The result is a two-box sport machine that men can drive with pride and women can use to haul an oversize load of shopping-mall booty.