The Cadillac Touring Sedan (CTS) debuted for the 2003 model year, looking like nothing else on the road. Featuring what the automaker called "art and science" design language that would come to define all Cadillac models, the CTS ushered in a new era that would modernize the brand and attract younger buyers to showrooms. The second-generation CTS arrived in 2008, continuing in standard and performance-oriented V-Series specification and eventually adding a coupe and a wagon to the mix. Some of the most sought-after CTS models are second-gen cars, specifically the V-Series versions with manual transmissions. A third-generation CTS sedan arrived in 2014, taking further leaps forward in performance and technology. It remained on sale through the 2019 model year. Cadillac redesigned and renamed the CTS for the 2020 model year when the CT5 arrived to replace it.