Thursday, September 8, 2011

Cadillac unveiled the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon car show, anticipating the next addition to its line of performance V-Series. It combines performance and luxury of the terminal CTS-V Sport Sedan with the dramatic conception of the CTS Sport Wagon.

"The Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon is a natural extension of both the CTS V-Series range, without offering high-performance cars of commitment to enthusiasts who want the extra space in a car," said Don Butler, vice president Cadillac marketing. "The Sport V-Series Wagon is another feature of the dramatic presence and power of the Cadillac."

The exterior is finished in Midnight Black, first seen on the Cadillac Sixteen concept and is highlighted by shiny liquid silver-finished wheels and a chrome finish on the black mesh grille. The rear bumper, a spoiler at the top and center high-mounted stop lamp are also unique to the show car.
Inside, the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon Car Show is cut in exclusive black leather Alcantara accents. The top of the dashboard and door panels at the top are treated with the same high quality leather, accented with midnight Sapele wood, while the material microfiber cloth and stitching has been applied to the lower door panels, pillars, console cover, headliner and Central steering wheel. Car shows fine-grained black leather-covered seats in Alcantara Recaro seats and more. The seat inserts are divided in half, and stitching accented with dark gray, while the V-Series logo is laser etched back. Obsidian black accents grace the center console, console, steering wheel and door panels.