The all-new Cadillac CTS has been revealed in full, thanks to more leaked images, one day before its official unveiling at the New York auto show.
Showing the car in full, the latest images of the Cadillac CTS follow yesterday’s leaked teaser images, and were again leaked, this time published by USA Today.
The mid-size luxury sedan retains the strong, sturdy silhouette of previous generations but has become sleeker with sharp character lines along the top and bottom of the doors, a prominent bonnet, revised chrome-framed front grille with fewer slats and new bumper-to-guard LEDs.
The rear too is more angular with tail-lights that now sit below the line of the rear LED-infused boot lid spoiler, a rear badge inset into a chrome strip positioned above a steeply framed number plate surround and dual chrome exhausts.
Inside, a mix of leather, suede and woodgrain trims combine with leather seats, a multi-function steering wheel and a touchscreen similar to the eight-inch display unit seen in the cabin of the new Holden VF Commodore, with app icons from General Motors’ MyLink infotainment system.
While not pictured sitting between the CTS’s strut tops, the new Cadillac will offer a 313kW/583Nm twin-turbocharged 3.6-litre V6 powerplant tied to an eight-speed automatic transmission when it goes on sale in the US later this year.
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