The first model to emerge signaling Cadillac’s renaissance as a purveyor of driver-oriented luxury sedans was the CTS. Introduced in 2002, as a replacement for the Cadillac Catera, the CTS also debuted the Art & Science design language so successfully employed by the marque to this day. Immediately praised as a true driver’s car, the CTS was a shot heard all around the auto industry. However, while that first CTS drove beautifully, its appearance (particularly its interior treatment) was rather stark. Over the years, Cadillac has addressed this issue and the 2014 Cadillac CTS is easily the most luxurious model in the history of the car. It also remains quite the admirable driver. When it was launched initially the CTS was set to straddle the entry-luxury segment and the mid-size luxury segment. However, with the introduction of the smaller Cadillac ATS last year, the CTS is now freed to move up in class to the mid-luxury segment. This means it now goes head to head with the BMW 5 Series and the Mercedes E Class. More handsome, lighter in weight, and harboring all of the latest in tech, the 2014 Cadillac CTS is a true world-class sport sedan.