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Finally, A Cadillac

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Finally, yesterday evening, Cadillac revealed a fresh new look at what a potential V8-powered flagship sedan could look like. Is Cadillac finally back?

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Or has Cadillac been back?

Finally, a Cadillac concept with rear wheel drive, a (twin-turbo) V8 and big, bold looks to bring the American brand back to being the Cadillac of cars. If it makes it to production.

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Finally, a Cadillac sedan that feels comfortable and traditional, re-establishing the brand back to its former luxurious roots.

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Finally, a Cadillac with opulent looks designed for the 21st Century.

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Finally, a Cadillac sedan with all of the luxury and performance we’ve been asking for in stunning tuxedo-sharp bodywork.

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Finally, a Cadillac special-ordered to take on the German juggernauts directly, with sharp looks, great performance and offered at a competitive price.

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Finally, a Cadillac concept that shows the brand still has life, and can still form some beautiful body work.

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So when, exactly, are we all going to start realizing that Cadillac is “finally” back, and has been back for awhile?

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If you haven’t changed your narrative yet, you should at least be questioning it.

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DISCUSSION

tommcparland
Tom McParland

When Cadillac can actually sell a damn sedan to a luxury car buyer without having to drop a shit ton of incentives and discounts on it....then Caddy will “be back.”

An ATS sits on the lot for an average of 153 days, a CTS sits on the lot for an average of 141 days.

That being said, I really like this Escala thing.