It's Official: The Cadillac XTS
First image surfaces, seemingly by accident, on Cadillac's own website.
It's big, it's beautiful, it comes with Caddy's new Cue infotainment system. The image you're looking at is the sedan itself; click past the jump to see a top-to-bottom comparo with the concept.
[Source: General Motors.]
I wasn't necessarily disagreeing with his statement. I was only pointing out his ignorant bias. Why would he complain about the XTS styling being similar to another company but say nothing in the articles about the new Honda CR-V or Toyota Camry which are obvious copies of the Kia Sportage and Saturn Ion respectively. Looking back on it, he was obviously making a trolling comment and I shouldn't even have wasted my time.
So any company that copies the styling of another company has no talent?
its styling is very much LaCrosse-esque but considering that car is popular with the 45 and under crowd this vehicle will position GM nicely for the near future...
just wish GM would have keep the innovative head-light design of the concept... also rear LED lighting at the outer bottom portion of the rear bumper is what's neXt (not f'in reflectors)
This is not a cady, it looks too much like a buick. So long as sheeple keep buying into gm's lies, and settling gor second rate vehicles; then gm the uaw and the obamanater will continue to poll the wool over our eyes.
It is a crying shame that the big three cant build a car or truck that can out last the asian cars.
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