General Motors stopping selling wagons in the United States when the Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon went out of production but a recent trademark filing suggests the family hauler could be making a comeback.

General Motors stopping selling wagons in the United States when the Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon went out of production but a recent trademark filing suggests a family hauler could be making a return.

According to Autoguide, GM recently filed a trademark application for both the Regal Tourx and Tourx monikers.  This suggests the company could be considering importing a rebadged version of the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer or the Insignia Country Tourer.

Nothing is official at this point but the Tourx would likely be based on the next-generation Insignia wagon.  Little is known about the model at this point but the sedan variant will be significantly larger than its predecessor as previous reports have suggested its wheelbase will grow by 3.5 inches (9 cm).

There's no word on what would power the Buick variant but the Insignia is expected to be offered with a variety of different turbocharged three- and four-cylinder engines.  An all-wheel drive system will be available on certain variants and the Tourx moniker suggests it could be standard on Buick models.

Source: Autoguide

GM files for Buick Regal Tourx trademark, could hint at a new wagon