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Cadillac CTS Coupe, CTS-V (2008): first official pictures

Rated 4 out of 54

Ben Oliver, 16 January 2008 04:07

Cadillac showed three major new models at Detroit, and pulled off one of the show’s few surprises by keeping its new CTS Coupe completely secret until it was officially unveiled. It also revealed the 550bhp CTS-V and the Provoq small SUV concept (see separate story). Although branded as a concept, the striking, angular two-door four-seat CTS Coupe will come to ...

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Cadillac CTS Coupe, CTS-V (2008): first official pictures

Rated 4 out of 54

Ben Oliver, 16 January 2008 04:07

Cadillac showed three major new models at Detroit, and pulled off one of the show’s few surprises by keeping its new CTS Coupe completely secret until it was officially unveiled. It also revealed the 550bhp CTS-V and the Provoq small SUV concept (see separate story). Although branded as a concept, the striking, angular two-door four-seat CTS Coupe will come to ...

Cadillac CTS (2007): first official pictures

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Ben Oliver, 09 January 2007 04:39

New CTS: no mistaking this for anything other than a Cadillac The all-new CTS compact exec saloon is Caddy's big news from the Detroit show, and they were never going to muck about with a distinctive design direction that has won them praise and younger customers since it began in 2001. The new CTS exaggerates it further with yet-more vertical ...

Cadillac CTS

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Ben Oliver, 09 January 2007 04:39

New CTS: no mistaking this for anything other than a Cadillac The all-new CTS compact exec saloon is Caddy's big news from the Detroit show, and they were never going to muck about with a distinctive design direction that has won them praise and younger customers since it began in 2001. The new CTS exaggerates it further with yet-more vertical ...

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