(autoinsidernews) - General Motors is seriously considering plans to expand its CTS line with a coupe and wagon, according to company insiders. GM has long been considering a CTS coupe to the point of reports that it is confirmed. This report adds another voice that Cadillac is ready to make it a reality.
The 2008 Cadillac CTS sedan, which will debut at the Detroit Auto Show, will remain the centerpiece and volume leader in the CTS line. Cadillac will use the niche coupe and wagon models to targeting consumers with different needs, with the wagon likely increasing the CTS's popularity in Europe, reports Trend.
AutoWeek also says that Cadillac executives feel the company only needs one $50,000 sedan, which means might dump either the STS or the DTS sedan. While the front-wheel drive DTS outsells the rear-wheel drive STS, Cadillac wants to promote rear-wheel drive performance, making it a tough decision right now.