General Motors has let slip a solitary image of the productionised version of the Cadillac CTS Coupe and, surprise surprise, it doesn't look all that different to the concept.
Included as part of GM's corporate restructuring plan, this photograph shows that virtually all sheetmetal has survived the transition from auto-show concept to showroom reality. The only notable changes are a more realistic wheel and tyre package, bigger wing mirrors, a higher ride height, reprofiled front bumper, a new grille and the addition of a B-pillar.
The car depicted is apparently a lower-rung model with a 3.6-litre V6 and six-speed auto taken straight from the CTS sedan, however we're crossing our fingers and hoping a CTS-V Coupe eventuates. That is, if GM as a brand survives until the Coupe's projected production date of June, 2010.