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The Cadillac CTS is a mid-size luxury car manufactured by the Cadillac division of General Motors. The CTS is currently available in three body styles: 4-door sedan, 2-door coupe, and 5-door sport wagon. Cadillac introduced the CTS in 2002 as a sports sedan, succeeding the Cadillac Catera. The CTS and the supercharged CTS-V variant have been named to the Car and Driver 10 Best list for three consecutive years.
Wayne Cherry and Kip Wasenko designed the exterior of the first generation CTS and this vehicle marked the production debut of the "Art and Science" design language first seen on the Evoq concept car. Bob Boniface and Robin Krieg designed the exterior of the third generation CTS.

What's New for 2012

The 2012 Cadillac CTS gets an additional 12 horsepower, along with a slightly revised grille, active front head restraints, standard Bluetooth, an optional blind-spot warning system and an optional heated steering wheel.


The 2012 Cadillac CTS Coupe grabs your attention like few cars can. It's muscular, edgy, aggressive and in your face. Yet there's still refined sophistication thanks to its chrome trim, classy interior and unmistakable Cadillac design cues. Now, this is usually where we'd say, "It's more than just a pretty face." But the truth is, the CTS Coupe suffers for its good looks. There are significant functional trade-offs even compared to other luxury coupes, and the CTS's performance isn't as lively as you'd think.

Interior Features

Front Seats
  • 8 -way power passenger seat
  • 8 -way power driver seat
  • Height adjustable driver seat
  • Height adjustable passenger seat
  • Leatherette
  • Bucket front seats
Rear Seats
  • Split-folding rear seatback
  • Rear ventilation ducts
Power Features
  • Remote power door locks
  • Power mirrors
  • Heated mirrors
  • 2 one-touch power windows
 At the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, General Motors unveiled a coupe concept version of the CTS, alongside the new CTS-V performance sedan. The coupe's unveiling surprised the media and general public, stealing a great deal of attention away from the CTS-V. In November 2009, the production version was unveiled in a press release. The coupe went into production in spring 2010 for sale in August 2010 as a 2011 model. The design of the production model is very similar to the concept, with the B-pillars still removed. The standard engine will be a 3.6L direct injected V6 rated at 304 hp. Like the sedan, both six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, in either RWD or AWD configurations, will be available. A CTS-V Coupe has also been confirmed, and was shown at the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The CTS Coupe will be Cadillac's first coupe since the Eldorado, which was discontinued in 2002.

Exterior Measurements
6 ft. 2.1 in. (74.1 in.) 4 ft. 8 in. (56 in.)
15 ft. 8.5 in. (188.5 in.) 5 ft. 2 in. (62 in.)
5 ft. 3 in. (63 in.) 9 ft. 5.4 in. (113.4 in.)
Interior Measurements
36.9 in. 54.5 in.
42.4 in. 56.0 in.
47.7 in. 34.6 in.
35.0 in. 50.9 in.
Gas Regular unleaded
18.0 gal. 324.0/486.0 mi.
18/27 mpg
Weights and Capacities
97.1 cu.ft. 4792 lbs.
3898 lbs. 10.5 cu.ft.
Rear wheel drive 6-speed shiftable automatic
Engine & Performance
3.6 L Double overhead cam (DOHC)
V6 24
Variable 275 ft-lbs. @ 4900 rpm
318 hp @ 6800 rpm 35.4 ft.
  • Short and long arm front suspension
  • Multi-link rear suspension
  • Four-wheel independent suspension
  • Front and rear stabilizer bar
4 yr./ 50000 mi. 6 yr./ 70000 mi.
4 yr./ 50000 mi. 6 yr./ 70000 mi.
4 yr./ 50000 mi.
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