In a press release today, Cadillac confirmed that a new CTS will be unveiled at the 2007 North American International Auto Show. We’re excited.
Rumors have been floating all around the internet. As have spy photos straight from the Nurburgring. Now, Cadillac has made an official announcement that the all-new, second generation CTS will debut in January.
“Cadillac has engineered an historic renaissance, with a completely new product portfolio, driven in large part by the original CTS,” says general manager Jim Taylor. “Success can drive conservatism, but not for Cadillac. The next chapter, beginning in January, promises to be even more dramatic.” From what we’ve seen, he’s right. The new car looks like it will be sharper, sleeker, and more aggressive than ever. We can only imagine what the new CTS-V model will be like. A cross between a fire-breathing dragon and a rabid bull, maybe?
Although the car will be shown in a month and a half, sales of the new model will not begin until late next summer. Continue to check back here at automobilemag.com for up-to-date coverage of upcoming auto shows, including Detroit, Los Angeles, and Chicago.