: Cadillac ULC?



brandondeleo
08-01-11, 05:34 PM
I am watching Motorweek, and they are covering the NY Auto Show. They showed a glimpse of this car for about 5 seconds and skipped to the next vehicle. The Cadillac ULC (Urban Luxury Coupe). So much for Cadillac getting back to its roots, huh? Lol.

cadillac kevin
08-01-11, 11:17 PM
I want one (so when my fwb runs out of gas I can simply pop my trunk, remove my ULC, hop in and bring back some gas for my REAL cadillac.)

77CDV
08-01-11, 11:30 PM
I am watching Motorweek, and they are covering the NY Auto Show. They showed a glimpse of this car for about 5 seconds and skipped to the next vehicle. The Cadillac ULC (Urban Luxury Coupe). So much for Cadillac getting back to its roots, huh? Lol.

:wtf: That is just hideous. :vomit:

brandondeleo
08-02-11, 01:27 AM
I want one (so when my fwb runs out of gas I can simply pop my trunk, remove my ULC, hop in and bring back some gas for my REAL cadillac.)LOL. I wish I had thought of that.

johnny kannapo
08-02-11, 11:22 AM
Look what the EPA is doing to us.

1 more strike against the green movement.

vincentm
08-02-11, 11:35 AM
I'ts like they tried to mate a CTS-V coupe with a Nissan SUV..and that was the result...

OffThaHorseCEO
08-02-11, 01:00 PM
Look what the EPA is doing to us.

1 more strike against the green movement.

saw these stats, and my only comment for each stat is "thats it? its not worth it!"


Bikes vs. Cars. David Lawyer wrote the ultimate paper comparing bicycle vs. automobile energy use, and found that bikes are 2/3 more efficient than cars even after factoring in the energy to produce the extra food the cyclist requires. (David Lawyer (http://www.lafn.org/~dave/trans/energy/bicycle-energy.html))Bicycle MPG. If we spent our gas money (at $3.72/gallon) on food to fuel our biking, that $3.72 would take us 26 miles on beef, 48 miles on potatoeos, 106 miles on beans, and 109 miles on rice. (source (http://bicycleaustin.info/forum/viewtopic.php?id=147))
Bicycling is 117% more efficient than walking. (source) (http://bicycleuniverse.info/transpo/beef.html)
Using a bicycle to commute four days a week for four miles (one-way) saves 54 gallons of gas annually. (2)
The energy and resources needed to build one medium-sized car could produce 100 bicycles.