UPDATE: Full complete images have now appeared online. Article adjusted.
The 2014 Cadillac CTS, one of this week's hotly anticipated New York launches, has been given an unscheduled unveiling. A new set of complete press photos for has surfaced, following yesterday's selection of teaser images.
The shots reveal the next step in Cadillac's ongoing evolution of its trademark angular styling, kicked off by the smaller ATS sedan launched last year.
A large grille dominates the front - in true 'Caddy' fashion - while long new headlights reach along the front fenders, flanking a muscular bonnet design.
A long arch of daytime-running lights begins atop the headlights and terminates in the front bumper, and the rear-end features a tall and slender LED-rich tail-light design.
The new model's cabin has also been revealed for the first time, featuring new satin burl-grain wood treatment, leather and suede upholstery and tight gaps.
A tall piano-black centre stack dominates the dash, framed in satin-silver highlights.
Full mechanical details are also still to come, but Cadillac revealed last week that the top model in the sub-V CTS range will feature a 313kW twin-turbo 3.6 litre V6 engine, promising a 4.6 second sprint to 100km/h.