Cadillac proves that premium luxury and generous cargo room can coexist in harmony with the presentation of their 2010 product line. The Cadillac SRX enters its second generation as a dramatic different vehicle built on a smaller platform. Relying solely on six-cylinder engine power from natural aspiration and turbocharging, the 2010 SRX is no longer offered with a V-8 powerplant. If looking for a more car-like form of premium utility, Cadillac's all-new CTS Wagon provides up to 53.4 cubic feet of cargo space. A Platinum trim is now available on the 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid adding high-end equipment such as a DVD entertainment system and Magnetic Ride Control to the gasoline/electric sport utility vehicle. For 2010, the 469-horsepower Cadillac STS-V is no more.