Carlos Lago pits the 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport against its German competitors.
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Cadillac has been riding a wave of momentum of late, one we don't expect to crest anytime soon.
When Cadillac said its latest infotainment system would be capable of understanding hand gestures, we pictured a chorus of celebration from caffeinated Italians gesticulating wildly in sleek, well-tailored suits.
When the all-new Cadillac XTS sedan made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, more observant press members noted something immediately: the XTS was too small.