Peering inside, you'll find a semi-automatic transmission with a +/- gate on the shifter. Looking towards the dash, the switch for heated and ventilated front seats pops out. However, the coolest thing we see on the inside is what looks to be carbon fibre trim pieces around the shifter and on the dash!
On the outside we can see the wagon will be riding on 18-inch wheels. Michelin Pilot HX MXM4 tires will surround those wheels in P235/50R18 size.
Codenamed GMX 206, GM will start building this luxury wagon in the Spring of 2009.
It will be built along side the CTS sedan and coupe at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant. Expect GM to build around 10,000-12,000 units a year.
Caddillac is expected to arrive in Australia in a few months time.