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2007 XLR Changes

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- Exterior color (34U) Blue Steel

- Interior color (182) Shale with Ebony accents

New Features

- Exterior color (36U) Liquid Amethyst. Included and only available on (PLA) Platinum Edition.

- (N87) 18" (45.7 cm) 15-spoke, polished aluminum wheels. Included and only available on (PLA) Platinum Edition.

- Interior color (312) Cashmere

- Interior color (354) Light Cashmere with Burl accents. Included and only available on (PLA) Platinum Edition.

- (PLA) Platinum Edition, includes exclusive premium exterior color (36U) Liquid Amethyst or exterior color (41U) Black Raven; chrome-finish grille; unique door sill plates; (N87) 18" 15-spoke, polished aluminum wheels; leather-wrapped Burl color interior; unique Olive Ash wood trim and genuine aluminum accents; unique floor mats and Ultra Suede headliner, lower doors and seating surfaces

- (MX0) 6-speed automatic transmission

- New key fob design

- Next generation OnStar

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I hope that when the XLR is updated, they give it a nicer looking interior.

The current one is nice, but for a $75,000 luxury convertable, it should be outstanding.

The new CTS gives me a lot of hope that the rest of the line will improve dramatically.

New Key Fob design? Hmm.. sounds interesting. I know the current version for the XLR is different from the rest of GM's vehicles but it should be a little more upscale.

I honestly think GM should give Cadillac it's own unique key fobs for all of it's models.

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