Cadillac's new concept previewed with a tease at Pebble Beach

Cadillac made its presence felt at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in a different fashion from the rest of its colleagues, and certainly different from their approach last year when they unveiled the Ciel Concept . Instead of dropping a world debut or even a US debut, the American automaker decided to show off their newest concept car...in a teaser.

Yep. Cadillac didn’t show a new concept and it certainly didn’t show a new production model. But they did draw up serious interest from a lot of people with what appears to be a new concept car that’s scheduled to make its debut at a future North American auto show in the coming year.

No details have been revealed, except for some comments made by Clay Dean, Cadillac’s director of advanced design, to Autoweek saying that the new concept will be the inspiration - or at least the peg - for the company’s new design language that touches on "American glamor meets American technology.”

If an award for vague teasers was given at Pebble Beach, Cadillac would’ve won it by a landslide. There’s not a lot to go by except for a multitude of speculatory guesses that touch on the long bonnet, wide wheel arches, and a unique tail lamp set-up.

Source: Autoweek

5 comments:

In fact, they only outlined the linings it has on the hood. It looks at Spyder on that figure.

What kind of teaser is this?! They should make it sure that they will launch a killer model that will dominate the market.

I’m wondering how they are going to elaborate the details of this upcoming Cadillac concept.

If you noticed the lines on its hood, they are the first to have a pointed hood covering. Though everything is unclear at this moment, there will be a good chance for Cadillac to show more details on the concept.

I’m a little confused with the teaser they presented at the Pebble Beach. I don’t know if the teaser is not enough to show the new killer looks of the Cadillac.

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