Bendy shapes, seductive curves, especially at the roofline, and oddly-shaped yet intriguing side glass have the Cadillac CTS Sedan in competition with the big boys like Mercedes and BMW (in a very similar price bracket, too). A drop-nose at the front that picks back up with the flared fenders, a gorgeous exterior complements a fine interior that features real wood trim with spatial upholstery that was hand-cut, stitched and sewn. In short: it will bedazzle the senses, even if only momentarily. A massive touchscreen CUE interface augments the center console with a button and command for doing nearly everything (except using 3-D printing to make you a cup of coffee and a bagel). Large gauges and digital readouts are impressive and modern. Indeed, this is one fine, sleek ride. You’ve got three popular engine choices, but we will stick with the beefiest, the turbocharged 3.6-liter V6 that makes 321 horsepower at 275 pound-feet of torque. For the price tag, it should be noted, one can amply compare other reasonable luxury sedans (and very well should). For Caddy lovers, it is dreamy and the upgraded engine offers some serious punch-and-go.