It's a wagon. One with sporty pretensions, sure, but it's still a wagon, which means that while people that buy it may want a much faster ride, they don't want a car to attract the attention of five-O. The CTS-V wagon balances its already great design perfectly with the usual V-hood bulge, the mesh grill that sends twice the amount of air to the engine, and a lower squat. It doesn't look as performance-driven as the V-series sedan, but it's how we think the Wagon should have looked from the onset.