What Car? Is reporting that Cadillac will be adding a diesel version to its lineup and there are also suggestions that a two-door coupe model will also make an appearance. The CTS will join the current BLS sedan, of which there are possible convertible or estate versions in the pipeline. This wouldn’t be difficult for Cadillac as the BLS is based on Saab’s 9-3 architecture, which also comes in cabriolet and estate models.
Further, General Motors’ product development boss Bob Lutz has also hinted at the possibility of a baby Caddy positioned below the BLS and aimed at BMW’s 1-series hatch. Unlike the Europe only BLS, the new small Caddy would be a global car and would be strictly rear-wheel drive.