Originally Posted by paranoidgarliclover
So it will drive brilliantly, have a horrible interior user interface, and will not sell, like, at all?
Perhaps, but Cadillac needs an attention getter.
If they did a premium product that was (1) the essence of a true Cadillac and (2) truly the standard of the world, it would set the stage for a renaissance.
The current Cadillacs--save the Escalade--are really what Buicks should be relative to Chevrolets. Cadillacs should be as imposing, upper-class, and patrician as the S Class is.