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Every arrival made in style. The 2015 #CTS delivers an unmistakable entrance.
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#TeamCadillac finished among the top 10 in all 3 @wcracing events at @roadamerica. Next stop: @Mid_Ohio
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The ATS-V.R prepares for three races in the Pirelli World Challenge at the famed Road America circuit #ATS #VSERIES
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Cadillac F1 ??
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The first-ever Cadillac #CT6 combines advanced lighting technology with elegant design. Get to know it first. http://bit.ly/1NbCarO
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+antonio montana GO EAT ANOTHER BOX OF CHOCOLATE YAM YAMS...!
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Daring History: In 1965 Cadillac introduced an advanced suspension that automatically compensated for any shifts in weight making it easier to tow and haul large loads. Called Automatic Level Control, this system became available on a brand new line of ’65 models including this Calais. #TBT
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Daring History: A clay molding of Cadillac’s first concept car, the 1933 V-16 Aerodynamic Coupe. Its round edges and sloping tail influenced the fastback styling for future decades. #TBT
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always a great influence in the world car industry !!.
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Cultivated and curated. The #DrivenByDesign tour shines a light on iconic New York craftsmanship.@archdigest360
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Magnetic in motion. Striking at a standstill. The crisply chiseled vertical LED taillights of the first-ever #CT6 command attention. bit.ly/1eNeWgV
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Daring History: Shaping the future of automotive design. In 1948, Cadillac began to feature curved glass on many of its production models, adding sleek styling to a whole new generation of vehicles. #TBT
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Prepare to be looked at #CT6
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the prettiest car I ever seen! good job GM
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Never lost in a crowd. The 2015 Cadillac #CTS stands alone.
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Distinctive, even in passing #ATS #VSERIES
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+Danny Contreras
Look pal,
Many of us in NYC want a big,full sized Cadillac, but not the escalade types, but a coupe or sedan,its a dam under sized,cheaply made,overpriced junk!and in my opinion the profile views as well as back end are tiredly lacking in Cadillacs former style,I can't begin to tell you how many former Cadillac owners have left due to these SMALL,UNDER SIZED, models! So I see many buying the much cheaper Chrysler 300,but a handsome car that is,inside and out!
So much bang for the buck,you should look at one.
Now hit the road jack!
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