Well GM photos suck. The have no depth. They had a Saturn look.
These photos bring out more of the styling and actually give me a better perspective.
I still need to see them in person but I am much more optimistic now.
Now if they have the interior right they may just get it right.
Now can they get people to buy it. Just having best in class is not enough when many in this class buy for image.
Lmfao.. I was just at a stop light and some kid runs up on me and says "can I please take a picture of her??? Oh my God!" and I still think the V version of this CT5 will look sexier. NonStopN I know U told me I can't LOve GM as much as I do in here or I would get in trouble.. But.. CADILLAC! I LOVE U 😉
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I wish they all could be California squirrels!
Past Rides: 2003 Grand Am GT1 (saved me), 1995 Bonneville SLE (RIP), 1986 635 CSi, 1984 Estate Wagon, 1978 Malibu Classic, 1978 Corvette, 1975 Vega Kammback (Miss ya'), 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger (STFU...it got me there!)
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All cars in that class have nice proportions.
The 5 looks nice. So does the E. A6 looks great. Neither are particularly Earth-shattering designs, but no car in that class really is, CTS and CT5 included.
The only difference is, if you take away the oversized logos on the Mercedes, Audi, and current CTS, you'd instantly know what kind of car you're looking at. This is not the case with CT5.
I can't believe I'm saying this, but the A6 is my favorite design in that class, hands down. And that's coming from a huge Audi hater.
Unfortunately, I would have to pump 5.56 into a couple friends of mine if I ever did it.
Maintain directional control with rudder. Pitch for Vyse (blue line). Mixture, props, and throttles full forward. Gear and flaps retracted as needed. ADM to see if we should feather or troubleshoot. If feather: Dead foot, dead engine. Sweep to verify. Sweep to verify once more. Throttle idle. Prop of dead engine feathered. Mixture of dead engine to idle-cutoff. Fuel selector of dead engine set to off. Add in up to 5* of bank into good engine to help reduce rudder load.
Ah ****, having flashbacks to flying the Seminole. Lol. Gotta love engine out prop ops/EFATO scenarios in light twins.
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