With the ELR, Cadillac attempted to redefine the idea of the personal luxury coupe—around plug-in capability, and an all-electric range that’s longer than most Americans’ daily commutes, plus chiseled good looks and one very plush cabin. The only thing missing, arguably, was a price tag set within the realm of sanity. At more than $75k, it was hard to make an argument for the ELR, even if you did your best to ignore the cachet of the Tesla Model S, or could see past the CLA45 AMG that would perform above and beyond and get better mileage on longer highway trips.
The brand may have sent a foul ball spinning into the bleachers, but it’s not yet willing to say that it struck out with the ELR. After sitting out the 2015 model year completely, Cadillac’s extended-range electric coupe (or plug-in hybrid) enters the 2016 model year with $10k price
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This Cadillac : Fleetwood Hearse –cadillac (draculas Ride) 1982 was last seen for sale for $2100.00 in Portland, Oregon.
This 1955 Cadillac DeVille (chassis 556293397), dubbed “The Bronze God” is a very cool looking custom and seems to be the product of an extremely high quality build process. The style is one which is often attempted, but rarely as well-executed as here. Has a ’55 Cadillac ever looked any more sleek? Find it here on eBay in Portland, Oregon with an unmet $115k opening bid and additional reserve.
The list of modifications is extensive, but most are not readily-apparent. The most obvious is the three inch chop, which likely necessitated the shortened fins and tail lights (one of our favorite touches). The seller states that all the glas–save for the rear window–was re-cut for the chop. The color, called “Desert Bronze,” is a 1958 OEM Cadillac hue.
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This Cadillac: Deville 1973 Cadillac Deville Hearse was last seen for sale for $2551.00 in Portland, Oregon.
The Cadillac CTS receives a short list of updates for 2015–including the addition of the new Cadillac crest to the grille–making this already excellent luxury sedan that much better. This year, it’s only offered as a sedan, competing well against vehicles like the Jaguar XF, Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
For shoppers interested in the CTS-V Coupe performance models, Cadillac will sell 500 final edition cars during the second half of 2014. (Read our most recent full review on the carry-over Cadillac CTS-V Coupe.)
Amongst its competitors, the CTS sedan has taken a giant leap over its last generation as a standout in the segment, better even than our beloved Cadillac ATS, which became the 2013 North American Car of the Year.
The third-generation CTS finally tackles the thorny E-Class/5-Series/A6 superset head-on, while it marches Cadillac a few more brisk steps away from its straight-edged Art Science theming.
That retreat is
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2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe To Start At $38,990, On Sale In Early-August
DETROIT – Cadillac announced today that pricing for the all-new 2011 CTS Coupe will begin at $38,990 including destination charge. The CTS Coupe goes on sale in early August in the United States.
CTS Coupe will become the centerpiece of Cadillac, offering technology and performance in the dynamic form of a luxury sports coupe. Available in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive, CTS Coupe comes standard with a 3.6L Direct Injection V6 engine that delivers 304 horsepower. This engine is available with a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.
The ultimate expression of Cadillac’s new Coupe, the high-performance V-Series edition with 556 horsepower, Brembo brakes and Magnetic Ride Control also goes on sale later this summer at $62,990 including destination charge.
“CTS Coupe is a compelling new alternative for luxury and performance-minded drivers,” said Don Butler, vice president of Cadillac marketing. “The addition
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