Posts Tagged ‘Cadillac’
Not lost in translation. Just lost. We decide to road-trip a Cadillac CTS through Northern Japan, within a stone’s throw of Siberia, in the middle of Winter. Next time, we’ll bring snow tires.
The clock ticks down on the Super Bowl, and as the sports bar empties, I’m exhausted and ready to hit the sack. Too bad that’s not an option. I’m in Tokyo, it’s barely past noon, and in an hour, I’m going to pick up one of the first Cadillac CTS‘s in Japan. While my friends back home are either celebrating or drowning their sorrows into the wee hours of the night, I’ll be navigating Tokyo traffic in the afternoon sun.
Looking to keep the streak alive, Caddy trots out another CTS variant.
The new Cadillac CTS is a hit, and the coupe that the division revealed at the Detroit auto show looks even better. Sure, it was officially a concept, but check out GM vice chairman Bob Lutz on the two-door: “If you look underneath, you can see that it’s a real car . . . It would be reasonable to assume that we plan to expand the Cadillac line to include a car like that.” Cadillac design director Clay Dean says, “As a luxury manufacturer, we need a vehicle in every segment, and we really need an expressive vehicle. This coupe is just that.”