Cadillac XLR

The XLR is a retractable hardtop convertible marketed by the Cadillac division of General Motors, assembled in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Intended to be Cadillac’s flagship sports car, the XLR was based on the Chevrolet Corvette’s Y platform. The XLR featured own its unique styling, interior, and suspension, and power-retractable aluminum hardtop, along with the Cadillac Northstar engine. Cadillac introduced the … Continua a leggere

Cadillac Seville Story

The name Seville was first used in the Cadillac lineup in 1956. Cadillac had introduced its top-of-the-range, ultra luxurious Eldorado as a limited production car in 1953. At the then staggering price of $7750 (a Coupe de Ville cost $3995 and a Convertible $4144), only 532 were sold. The next year, the Eldorado was in fact a specially trimmed convertible … Continua a leggere