Motor Trend 2014 Car of the Year: Cadillac CTS

The experts at the widely popular automotive enthusiast’s publication, Motor Trend, announced today the results of the 2014 Car of the Year award. And it is good news for the all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS.

The CTS last won the coveted title in 2008, and Cadillac set their sights on nothing short of taking home the title again when designing the 2014 Cadillac CTS. And did they ever achieve that goal? Experts at Motor Trend had nothing but positive things to say about the luxury sedan, and the CTS went head to head against competing companies such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti, and came out the clear winner.

ImageThis year is the first year all three competing luxury makes have all had vehicles up for Car of the Year consideration, and alas, there can be only one winner and it’s made in America. Since inception, the CTS has been synonymous with design. The car was polarizing from the start, imitating no one and rarely even imitating itself. The advancements have been so great in fact, many wonder how much longer the Cadillac Art and Science design team can keep it going, but they’ve been wondering that since 2008. Each generation of CTS is as awe-inspiring as the first.

“The CTS’ intended function was to take the fight to BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi – and win. It had to beat them on style, on performance, on comfort, and on quality. And it has.” – Motor Trend.

ImageThe CTS demonstrated superior advancement in design, performance, handling, and experience. The ride and handling compromise was unmatched, as were cabin noise and isolation. The only downside to the CTS was the room in the rear seat.

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