Cadillac's Vice President of Marketing hasrevealed the brand is committed to coupes and wagons, but the current lineup might be changed when the next-generation CTS is launched.

Cadillac's Vice President of Marketing has revealed some new details about the company's future product lineup.

Speaking with Car & Driver, Don Butler said the brand will continue to offer coupes and wagons. However, he hinted "I'm not saying that will necessarily continue forward in the way we're doing it today."

The latter comment is open-ended, but the magazine is reporting the next-generation CTS could be offered exclusively as a sedan and wagon. Furthermore, the ATS coupe and convertible might be sold under a new moniker.


Cadillac committed to coupes and wagons but might reshuffle lineup - report