While we can see a lot more than before, the exterior will be the least interesting of Cadillac’s changes for 2014. That’s because Caddy will migrate the car from its aging Sigma platform to a long wheelbase version of GM’s rear-drive Alpha chassis. That will translate into the car being longer than the current model and possibly a little wider.
Though its tough to tell with all the zebra paper, we can see that much of the company’s “Art and Science” design theme will remain intact. On the other hand, the new model will source the same entry-level 2.0-liter, 270-hp turbo four as the ATS uses. When that happens, it will be the first time GM used a four-cylinder in the CTS, though there will probably also be the option for the 3.6-liter V6 as well.