The future of the 556bhp Cadillac CTS-V coupe in the UK is tied-up with a plan to set-up a new dealership organisation over here.
Caddy sales are effectively mothballed after the European importer hit financial trouble last year, but a new organisation is set to be announced in March at the Geneva show.
The storming CTS-V coupe could then become Caddy's UK flagship, pitched against the BMW M3.
Power for the coupe comes from GM's LS3 V8, the supercharged 6.2-litre unit that also powers the CTS-V saloon.
The coupe shares the saloon's 2880mm wheelbase, but the roofline is 51mm lower and the overhangs tightened by 51mm. The front windscreen is also more raked back than the saloon.
Weighing in at 1907kg for the six-speed manual and 1922kg for the auto, the Coupe is no lightweight. But with so much grunt on tap, the 0-60mph of 3.9secs is firmly in the supercar category.