Cadillac’s 2011 CTS-V Wagonwill cost $62,990 (with destination fee) when it arrives at U.S. showrooms next year. And although the standard CTS Sedan rings in at $3100 more than the CTS Wagon, at the V Series level, the wagon costs $1300 less than the CTS-V Sedan and Coupe.
Though slightly cheaper, the roomier wagon won't lose any of the well-known V Series charm. It still gets a 556-horsepower 6.2-liter supercharged V-8, Magnetic Ride Control suspension, and massive Brembo brakes. The standard features list also boasts 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 rubber, xenon adaptive headlights, navigation, and Bose 5.1 Surround Sound stereo. Oh yeah, then there's the hefty 58-cu-ft of cargo room out back.
Performance won't suffer either. A jaunt to 60 mph from a standstill takes a supercar-like 4.0 seconds flat, no matter if a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox is in place.
Significant optional equipment includes Recaro heated and ventilated bucket seats ($3400), 19-inch polished wheels ($800), Midnight Sapele Wood trim ($600), and a suede steering wheel and shifter ($300).
If you're interested, you'd better put your name down fast -- GM says there are "limited quantities" heading to Cadillac dealers.
All prices include a mandatory $825 destination fee