Yankee Candillac: Cadillac Getting Back Into Fragrances? by Sebastien Bell June 10, 2020June 10, 2020 Share Comments Tired of simply making cars that smell nice, Cadillac decided to make people smell nice in 2008 when it rolled out a line of perfumes and colognes. It may be getting back into the fragrance game. Cadillac Society recently sniffed out a trademark filed with the USPTO in January of 2020 for the name Cadillac as it applies to “room fragrances, perfumes and colognes, non-medicated soaps for personal use” and candles. Naturally, this is only evidence of a fragrance range, not confirmation that you will soon be able to make your bathroom smell like a CT6 with Super Cruise. It could also be the case that, like BMW, Cadillac is considering a range of fragrances for its cars. Who doesn’t love a little pot pourri in their car? With Cadillac going after chic clientele, a signature scent to hand out to influencers could be a valuable promotional tool. A candle or a scent could make as lovely a gift for the Oscars after-party as it would make set-dressing for a beauty blogger. Back in 2008, when Cadillac last tried its hand at fragrances, is partnered with famed French perfumer, Arnaud Winter.