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Chris_Doane, January 8, 2008 in Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS)
Interior pics coming soon? I'm interested in the "Obsidian like" accents.
Ye' of little patience
Ye' of little patience
I wouldn't have asked, except I didn't see you listed as posting in the thread (in that part of the page that shows who's viewing the thread...)
Anyway... the dash and seats look good!
I like this picture:
EDIT: I love this picture!
The parking break pedal is gone, and I'm pretty sure I see the button for the electric parking break ahead of the shift boot on the center console!
Yes sir you do! :AH-HA_wink:
I must remember to reserve the license plate HOT 1 for this car.
Even though I still don't like the CTS ( I know it's a first class car), the V series once again saves it for me. I'd say it isn't quite as big a jump stylingwise from the base car as the first gen V was - but it still makes the difference. I'd like to see it lose the lower mesh grille ( lessens the effect of the main grille), and a cleaner dash design would please me more. Too many gadgets for my taste, but hey, it is a Caddy. I love the seats and the rest of the interior , and you won't catch me complaining about the drivetrain.
Still, the style isn't my thing (CTS in general). Stylistically, I'd rather have the G8.
I think it's beautiful. It's really hard to see this as a 3-series fighter in V-Series form. At least in V-Series form, I say it's worthy attracting attention from E-Class & 5-Series owners.
I'm in LOVE....!!!!!! Gimme black-on-black with the 6-speed manual......
I've never really grown to love the new CTS styling, but somehow in pumped-up V-series form, it looks oh-so-right....! And LORD what an interior.........GM finally puts proper seats in one of it's sporty cars...! (The ZR1's seats....any Corvette seats for that matter....totally suck.)
I WANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG the best looking car in years!
I like the look overall, but this is one car that a front license plate will improve the looks, I think..the mesh lower grille and lower fascia shaping gives it a bit of the 'angry robot' look...I prefer the regular CTS front end design.
'the car for porn kings'
looks like honda civic ricer body parts have made their way over to cadillac.
yet, i think i like it. those seats are incredible looking. is that a sheepskin steering wheel?
How come we don't have seats like this in the corvette?
i suppose this thing has pushrods.
I see why Pontiac G8GT did not get the show car rims.
Simply gawgeous! I love it!
Stunning interior, and the electronic parking brake is a big upgrade. Sweet headlights too.
I don't like the exterior - the normal CTS, in silver, in FE3, direct-injection spec, is perfection, IMO - but the interior looks fabulous. There's something Aston Martiny about it.
There's something Aston Martiny about it.
Exactly what I thought...There is something very DBS-ish about that interior...
If it weren't for the lower front fascia that looks ripped out of the pages of Import magazine... It'd be a finely styling performance trim. Everything else is downright sexy, especially the interior. Those seats are absolutely fabulous.
It's a shame I absolutely despise the exterior, because the interior is possibly my favorite of any car, period.
Dump the grilles all together and come wup with something a bit more tasteful and I'm sold through and through. I was and never will be a fan of the cheap mesh look, even the simulated look on the Denali's, this look is disgusting too.
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