It'll be a tough sell to the American public, but Cadillac
is aware of this, and they neither expect nor need to sell many of them. The wagon is, as a mass-market vehicle, dead in America. This is an especially big shame when you consider what is going on with muscle cars right now. Imagine if the idea of the muscle wagon which the Magnum introduced had caught on, if Ford
had come out with competing rear-drive V8 wagons. The parking lots next to soccer fields could have become drag strips, and the last quarter mile before the orthodontist's office could have been timed.