The Cadillac DTS is a full-size luxury sedan that replaced the Coupe DeVille in 2006. It is the largest sedan GM has to offer fitting five-six passengers and is the best-selling full-size luxury car in North America.
The current model is powered by a 4.6L V8 engine producing 575/292hp and 295/288 lb-ft of torque. This engine is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission.
Cadillac will unveil a long version for the DTS Sedan at Los Angeles Auto Show. The new model, called DTS-L will go on sale in early 2007.
Later this month, at Los Angeles Auto Show, Cadillac will unveil the DTS-L a long version for the DTS Sedan. The car will go on sale in early 2007.
It will be powered by the same V8 engine from the DTS. The DTS-L is a few inches longer and features the Cadillac’s “VIP privacy” rear seating that hides passengers behind the car’s c-pillar.
A longtime symbol of Cadillac luxury, the DTS full-size luxury sedan is a product of unwavering attention to detail, from its signature exterior styling and luxurious interior to its powerful, refined ride and handling. Full story
A longtime symbol of Cadillac luxury, the DeVille takes on new life as the DTS for 2006. From its Cadillac-signature exterior styling and luxurious interior to its powerful, refined ride characteristics and safety and convenience technologies, theDTS is one of the nameplate’s latest iterations of Cadillac luxury and continues the division’s product renaissance.
Similar to the Cadillac DTS, the limousine makes a bold styling statement by incorporating Cadillac’s contemporary design cues to the front and rear portions of the vehicle. Redesigned front and rear fascias integrate Cadillac’s signature egg-crate grille with center-mounted wreath and crest badge, jewel-like vertically oriented high-intensity xenon headlamps and state-of-the-art LED tail lamps. Full story