In an interview with Leftlane in March, Cadillac General Manager Jim Taylor said if his company was going to make a “V” coupe, it would probably arrive at the same time as the regular CTS Coupe, rather than months later.
Beginning in early June of 2009, the Lansing Grand River plant will begin producing between 15,000 and 20,000 units of the new Cadillac CTC, the coupe version of the Cadillac CTS. Technically, “this vehicle really wasn’t supposed to exist”, said
Cadillac was recognized with two EyesOn Design Awards for Design Excellence honors at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The 2009 CTS-V performance sedan captured the production car award and the concept car category honor went to the