Cadillac DTS

Cadillac DTS

  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.

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Aspiring presidential candidates are already busy gearing up for the 2012 elections with hopes of becoming the most powerful man in the U.S. It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it, and luckily they have a presidential limo that can withstand the job.

At first glance, the Cadillac One just looks like a modified Cadillac DTS , but General Motors did not actually assign the presidential state car a specific model name. This may be due to the fact that it carries many different components from many different GM models, including Cadillac Escalade headlights, side mirrors, and door handles; Cadillac STS sedan taillights and back up lights; and what looks to be the GMC Topkick commercial truck’s chassis and driveline. GM went through a lot of trouble building the perfect presidential vehicle, but what happens to the car after the base build is what makes it capable of keeping our president utterly and unbelievably safe.

For starters, the car’s chassis has a 5" reinforced steel plate that runs underneath the car in case a bomb finds its way there. Then the entire bodywork is a combination of dual hardness steel, aluminum, titanium, and ceramic which breaks up projectiles upon impact. The doors and gas tank are armour plated, but the gas tank also receives a specially designed foam that prevents it from exploding. The tires are Kevlar reinforced and are shred and puncture resistant. If anyone successfully tears them apart, the steel rims underneath the tires will allow them to get the Cadillac One to safety.

The Cadillac One also has a number of accessories that enable it to solve problems quicker than they come around, including night vision cameras, pump action shotguns, tear gas cannons, and blood. Yes, that’s right. The Cadillac One is equipped with bottles of the president’s blood just in case he gets hurt and needs a blood transfusion. Take that, suckers!

Check back with us soon to find more interesting tidbits as part of our Car Infographics series.

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What does corporate chief executive officers drive? USA Today wanted to know. So it asked some subordinates about their boss’s cars. So, too, did, a website that follows corporate advancement. Here’s the opening statistic. People KNOW what the boss drives. At least at the higher echelon of pay scales. Of 3,000 subordinates making $100,000 or more who were polled by, only a mere 10% did not know what make of car was driven by his or her boss. 90% knew. So, (...)
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Or just more hokum from one of the nattering nabobs of automotive negativism? A certain blog that asserts that it tells the “truth,” as though the truth were a secret visible only to its author, has come out with a blast at Cadillac. But, what it ended up with is, at best, a half-truth. Calling the Cadillac DTS “a fat, ugly, front-wheel-drive pile of crap,” the blogger is all in favor of killing it off, sales of over 33,000 DTSs this year notwithstanding. To him, it is “a gussied up (...)

The 2008 Cadillac DTS full-size luxury sedan is a modern expression of Cadillac’s heritage for spacious, dramatically designed sedans with advanced technology. The 2008 DTS extends that tradition further with important new safety-enhancing technology and the introduction of the elegant Platinum Edition.

The Cadillac DTS was chosen the most satisfying car or truck among all 2007 models. DTS earned first place in the Large Luxury Car category in AutoPacific’s recent Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, and its score was the highest for any vehicle in any category in the industry. AutoPacific’s Vehicle Satisfaction Award comes directly from vehicle owners’ input of their experience with their vehicle. The survey polled approximately 24,000 owners of 2007 models. "This achievement for DTS is especially (...)
General Motors has announced that the future for Cadillac involves a vehicle smaller than the CTS sedan and one large sedan, meaning GM will drop the DTS or STS. The DTS, a successor to the DeVille, is built in the Detroit-Hamtramck, Mich., plant on the front-drive G architecture. The STS is built in the Lansing, Mich., Grand River Assembly plant on the rear-drive Sigma architecture. "Generally, you’ll see kind of a smaller Cadillac entry — something less than the CTS, something around the (...)
General Motors has announced that the next Cadillac DTS Cadillac DTS will be built on the Zeta platform. Also it seems that the e DTS and STS will merged in to one car that will keep the DTS name, the car would have 2 different wheelbases(DTS and DTS-L) and will be Cadillac’s S-Class fighter. The DTS-L will be priced between $80,000-$100,000 . Until now the DTS was built on the Sigma platform, and now with the SRX dead the only vehicle on Sigma will be the CTS. Also there are rumors that the ext STS is (...)
How many of us do not envy the US Presindent and his fancy limousine? But in fac his limo is nothing more than a hand-crafted and armored version of the Cadillac DTS. it was first used during the second inauguration of George W. Bush in the January 20, 2005 parade. The DTS was customized by Hess and Eisenhart O’Gara armored vehicle builders who have been building armored presidential limousines since the 1960s. Altough the base is a DTS, little of the original vehicle remains. DeVille’s (...)
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Cadillac today announced it is introducing a new version of its DTS full-size luxury sedan, the DTS-L, specially designed and built for livery service operators and executive luxury car consumers. Launching in early 2007, the extended DTS-L provides eight additional inches of cabin space and sophisticated, VIP-caliber rear-seat accommodations.

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