Cadillac has unveiled the CTS-V Sport Wagon, newest addition to the V-Series performance line up. This sporty wagon is making its public debut this week at the New York Auto Show, with first deliveries starting end of the year in North America. Sales in Europe and Middle East will follow soon after.
“The CTS-V Sport Wagon is a natural extension of both the V-Series and the CTS lineup, offering an uncompromising performance car to enthusiasts who want the extra room of a wagon,” said Don Butler, vice president for Cadillac marketing. “The V-Series Sport Wagon is another hallmark of the dramatic presence and power of Cadillac vehicles.”
Like its sedan and coupe stable mates, the CTS-V Sport Wagon is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, which delivers 556 horsepower and is backed by either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic.
Technical and performance elements, including Magnetic Ride Control, and Brembo brakes carry over form the sedan and coupe versions.
CTS-V Sport Wagon rides on 19-inch forged aluminum wheels available in painted or polished finishes.
V-Series Sport Wagon delivers with 25.4 cubic feet (720 liters) of space behind the rear seats and 58 cubic feet (1,644 liters) with the seats folded – that’s double the available space of the sedan version.