The Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon is lucky to be here. When it was first proposed, the suits declared it too impractical for the U.S. audience. American's don't like wagons, went the reasoning, so what makes you think they would want an expensive, super-sport wagon? Then, when the CTS team finally convinced the bean counters to greenlight it, the automotive market fell through to Dante's fourth circle. But when GM bounced back from bankruptcy, they decided to flesh out the CTS line and build the 556hp, rear-wheel-drive V-series Sport Wagon. And we couldn't be happier. To get a taste of the fastest production wagon on American soil, we joined Cadillac at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Here's what we learned...

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