The chances of you ever having seen the current Cadillac CTS on UK roads are pretty slim. It's only available through a handful of dealers, and only in left-hand drive, so it hasn't exactly sold like hot cakes.
That all changes next year, at least as far as the steering wheel is concerned. This next-generation version will, like every other future car from Cadillac, be engineered for right-hand drive.
Unlike the current car, it will also be available with a diesel engine, which should further boost sales.
Still, don't expect the CTS to become as common as a Ford Mondeo. The dealer network is still tiny, so the brand has yet to make any meaningful impact on the market this side of the pond.