Though we’ve heard plenty of rumors about whether Cadillac is going to build a coupe based on the 2014 CTS, after seeing the all-new midsize luxury sedan debut in New York, we want to hear from you: is it worth Cadillac’s money and resources to build a CTS coupe?
Not all of the CTS sedan’s competitors offer a coupe; the Jaguar XF is only available as a sedan and, at least at this point, the Lexus GS is sedan-only. If a CTS coupe were to be built, it would likely get the same engine lineup as the sedan, which offers a 272-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4, a 321-hp 3.6-liter V-6, and a 420-hp twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V-6. The four-cylinder and naturally aspirated V-6 models will feature six-speed automatic transmissions and rear- or all-wheel-drive, though an eight-speed automatic transmission is available on the V-6 and standard on the rear-drive-only twin-turbo model.
Now that Cadillac’s Art & Science design language has matured, we think a CTS coupe could appeal to more customers. And some luxury buyers only want to drive coupes like the last Cadillac CTS-V Coupe we tested. What do you think? Should Cadillac build a CTS Coupe? Share your thoughts below.