If you look at the line just below the windows that runs from headlight to taillight, it looks like it’s just a flat plane in some pictures, but I suspect it has a slightly pinched look as on the Escalade, but much more subtle in it’s execution.
Less than 36 hours to go. Irony or not, I’m excited!
Last edited by SKH; 04-14-2019 at 10:17 AM.
I've ignored this thread because a CT5 doesn't generate much curiosity in me. But the site is dead today so here I am. Here is my expert opinion. Do not doubt me!
At first it looked like a 'bu. Front end does have that flavour, ditto the profile. The ascend makes me think Maxima, umm, Infinity of some sort.
Cadillac does NOT have the unique look it's had in the past--as did Jag-you-are--when you could tell at 50 yards you were looking at a Caddy.
Low-fat vanilla ice cream.
It’s all in the details, and IMO there is enough of the important Cadillac DNA in the CT5 for it to be unmistakable out on the street.
The Jaguar XE without it’s Jaguar front could be any premium D segment sedan. That’s just the nature of car design, and it’s pretty much always been that way.
If this car has a world-class interior, I'll take back almost everything I said about the exterior.
Please don't **** this up, Cadillac.
Last edited by Mr.Buttons; 04-14-2019 at 12:50 PM.
“We believe in an all electric future” motif! She needs to support that vision with every fiber of her being. If by 2025 EV sales are only 15-20% of all vehicle sales, she going to look pretty dumb putting most of GM’s eggs in one basket.
By then she’ll likely be gone, but that decision could still look pretty dumb. They can’t even shift a reasonable amount of Bolts, and the Tesla Model 3 demand balloon, if it didn’t go POP! is bleeding air rapidly.
Thank you. Yes, I do hate Starbucks the company and the freak who runs it. But coffee is one of the four food groups, so we must have it.
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