Another eye-catching Cadillac concept will break cover on Jan. 12 at the Detroit auto show.
Â Cadillac released a teaser of the show car on Tuesday, and from it we can see elaborate headlight casings, a prominent grille that follows the brand’s recent design language and impressive wheel arches. The doors and body panels appear chiseled, and the lines flow backward. The concept also will be fitted with imposing wheels.
The 2011 CTS-V coupe, which goes into production next summer, will also be revealed in Detroit, following the debut of the CTS coupe at the Los Angeles auto show.
The Detroit auto show was also the stage for the reveal of the Converj concept in 2009 and the CTS coupe concept in 2008.
Cadillac has enjoyed a product renaissance in recent years with the success of the CTS sedan. It was joined by a wagon sibling this year, as well as the redone SRX crossover.