Wednesday, November 23, 2011

All Cadillac Models | List of Cadillac Cars |

Cadillac Car Models

Cadillac 2012:
• CADILLAC SRX

Cadillac 2011:
• CADILLAC Ciel Concept
CADILLAC CTS Coupe (5)
• CADILLAC CTS-V Sport Wagon
• CADILLAC CTS-V Coupe Race Car
• CADILLAC CTS-V Coupe
• CADILLAC CTS-V Black Diamond Edition

Cadillac 2010:
• CADILLAC XTS Platinum Concept
• CADILLAC Urban Luxury Concept
CADILLAC SRX (8)
• CADILLAC SLS
• CADILLAC CTS Sport Wagon
CADILLAC Aera Concept (7)

Cadillac 2009:
CADILLAC Presidential Limousine (4)
• CADILLAC Escalade Hybrid
• CADILLAC Converj Concept
• CADILLAC CTS-V

Cadillac 2008:
• CADILLAC STS
• CADILLAC Provoq Concept
• CADILLAC Escalade Platinum
• CADILLAC CTS Coupe Concept
• CADILLAC CTS
• CADILLAC BLS Wagon

Cadillac 2007:
• CADILLAC SRX European Version
• CADILLAC SLS
• CADILLAC Escalade European Version
• CADILLAC Escalade EXT
• CADILLAC Escalade ESV
• CADILLAC Escalade
• CADILLAC BLS Sport

Cadillac 2006:
• CADILLAC XLR Star Black Limited Edition
• CADILLAC XLRV
• CADILLAC STSV
• CADILLAC SRX
• CADILLAC Escalade ESVe Limousine
• CADILLAC DTS Limousine
• CADILLAC DTS
• CADILLAC CTS
• CADILLAC BLS

Cadillac 2005:
• CADILLAC XLR Euro
• CADILLAC STS SAE 100
• CADILLAC STS Euro
• CADILLAC STS
• CADILLAC SRX Euro
• CADILLAC SRX
• CADILLAC CTS Euro
• CTS-V Euro
• CADILLAC BLS Show Car

Cadillac 2004:
• CADILLAC XLR
• CADILLAC Seville SLS
• CADILLAC SRX
• CADILLAC Escalade ESV Platinum
• CADILLAC Escalade ESV Executive Edition
• CADILLAC DeVille Armored
• CADILLAC CTSV Race Car
• CADILLAC CTSV
• CADILLAC CTS

Cadillac 2003:
• CADILLAC Sixteen Concept
• CADILLAC Escalade EXT
• CADILLAC Escalade ESV
• CADILLAC CTSV with Accessories
• CADILLAC CTS

Cadillac 2002:
• CADILLAC Vizon Concept
• CADILLAC Seville STS
• CADILLAC Escalade EXT
• CADILLAC Escalade
• CADILLAC DeVille
• CADILLAC Cien Concept

Cadillac 2001:
• CADILLAC Seville
• CADILLAC Eldorado
• CADILLAC DeVille Presidential Limousine
• CADILLAC DeVille DTS

Cadillac 2000:
• CADILLAC Seville STS
• CADILLAC Imaj Concept
• CADILLAC Escalade
• CADILLAC Eldorado ETC
• CADILLAC DeVille

Cadillac 1999:
• CADILLAC Evoq Concept

Cadillac 1989:
• CADILLAC Allante

Cadillac 1988:
• CADILLAC Voyage Concept

Cadillac 1984:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1979:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1976:
• CADILLAC Eldorado Convertible

Cadillac 1971:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1967:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1966:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1964:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1962:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1960:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1959:
• CADILLAC Eldorado
• CADILLAC Cyclone Concept

Cadillac 1957:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1956:
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1954:
• CADILLAC Eldorado
• CADILLAC El Camino Concept

Cadillac 1953:
• CADILLAC Le Mans Concept
• CADILLAC Eldorado

Cadillac 1949:
• CADILLAC DeVille Coupe

Cadillac 1948:
• CADILLAC Coach 2-Door

Cadillac 1927:
• CADILLAC LaSalle -

ABOUT CADILLAC
Cadillac is a luxury vehicle marque owned by General Motors Company. Cadillac vehicles are sold in over 50 countries and territories, but mainly in North America.

Founded in 1902 as the Cadillac Automobile Company, it was purchased in 1909 by General Motors and over the next thirty years established itself as America's premier luxury car. Cadillac pioneered many accessories in automobiles, including full electrical systems, the clashless manual transmission, and the steel roof. The brand developed three engines, one of which (the V8) set the standard for the American automotive industry.

CADILLAC HISTORY
Cadillac has always stood for quality, superior craftsmanship, and innovation in the auto community. They have always been a leader in automotive innovation, including the electric starter, V8 engines, V16 engines, automatic transmissions, shatter resistant glass, and tail fins. Cadillac was the only American auto manufacturer during the great depression that made a profit.

Cadillac - the early years
Cadillac was actually a spin off of the Henry Ford Company, his second failed try at an auto business. In 1902 an engineer named Henry Leland was brought in by Ford's financial backers to access the value of the inventory, and Leland persuaded the financial backers to continue the business rather than liquidate it. In August 1902, the Cadillac Automobile Company was created, and Leland introduced the first Cadillac at the 1903 New York Auto Show, where it was a big hit. In that week, he sold over 2200 cars for $850 each, and Cadillac produced nearly 2500 cars in 1903, which was truly remarkable in that short time frame of when the company was founded. Leland used the body that Ford had designed when he was with the company, and combined it with an Oldsmobile engine. Ford started another company in 1903 that was finally successful, and he used his body that he built earlier, with his own engine. So the first Cadillac and first Ford models looked exactly alike. Only the engine was the main difference.

Cadillac started upscaling it's automobiles by 1905 by adding a four cylinder model, and in 1907 Cadillac started using Johanssen gauges to create precise measurements. This helped them win the Thomas Dewar Trophy in 1908, which was awarded to an auto manufacturer for leading the automobile industry in advancements. Interchangeable parts were what helped Cadillac earn this award. What was remarkable for this time is when three different Cadillac's were taken apart piece by piece, and the pieces all mixed together, then the three cars were rebuilt. All three cars drove away perfectly. Before this, cars were generally built one by one, and each car had their unique nuances, and many parts had to be tweaked or modified to work in each model. With precise engineering and measurements on parts, the parts could interchange on cars of that model with no problems.

GM was very interested in Cadillac, and in 1908 Durant, founder of GM, offered Leland 3 million dollars for Cadillac. GM lacked a high end model line, and GM wanted a product line for every type of car owner, from the basic to the high end, so they could sell a car to anyone. Leland held out for 3.5 million, and after having successful sales in 1909, Leland upped the price to 4.5 million. Durant accepted the offer, and paid in cash from profits he made from Buick (Durant also bought Olds Motor Works in 1908 with cash he earned from Buick). Durant kept Leland running Cadillac until 1917. Leland eventually created Lincoln Motor Works, which eventually became Cadillac’s biggest competitor.

1 comment:

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