Wow now THAT is a truly unique and interesting Cadillac design effort! I am going to have to look a few more times to absorb it all...very challenging and well done.
I like some elements of the design, but it looks 'unfinished', somehow, to my eyes.
Uhh...I'm not sure if this would qualify as a potential best-seller...cars like the Mercedes CL-Class and BMW 6-series don't exactly sell in treasure troves.
wow...it certainly is"interesting". i defintiely see some Stingray in there. Where did those side vents come from?
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I like the way it has the look of an old photo of a prototype from the past that never saw the light of day.
But like such a prototype it also has that unfinished-thought look, like what market exactly was that for? Where would it fit in the line-up? But it sure looks interesting....
I love it. Like Cadillacs answer to the Mille millignia [sp?] with a touch of Bugatti atlantic. Art and science meets art deco. I also like that it overcomes the design disadvantage of both coupe and sedan by extending the c pillar to the rear end. Nice.
That's the one. I love that design and can only fantasise about the blarty trumpeting that spews forth from the triangular side pipe. When I said looks a bit like, what I really meant is appears from the same era.
A C3 Corvette with the "wagon" conversion and "Arts and Science" nose...
So...where did Ferrari get their inspiration for the FF from?
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