Cadillac CTS-V Will Come in RHD
That is, until know... or soon... from now. According to AutoCar, the Cadillac CTS-V will have its steering wheel shifted to the right, and even though we don’t have an official timeframe, this will likely coincide with the launch of the ATS.
GM’s marketing chief Joel Ewanick told the aforementioned source that the CTS-V was a “car designed for Europe, but one we haven’t treated seriously in Europe”.
It seems that bankruptcy has changed the way GM works, because he says that Cadillac’s commitment in Europe is “signed in blood.”