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Cadillac News, Concepts, Future Models, Rumors and more Discussion, 2005 Cadillac Twelve in Current Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; What you see here is a BMW 7-Series/Mercedes S-Class destroyer. Original HERE...
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    2005 Cadillac Twelve

    What you see here is a BMW 7-Series/Mercedes S-Class destroyer.



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    Maybe that Lutz' swoopy look from the Sixteen will grow on me, but I have started to like the new edgey look instead. I wish they would pick one design theme and stick to it a minute or two.

    I want a 500 hp XV-12 as an option in the STS as well, not just in some $75K unobtainable flag-car.

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    what he said

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    I'm really not crazy about the Art&Science design theme, and I'm happy that it's getting toned down. It would be nice if Cadillac picked a design and stayed with it, but I think that is also what one of their old problems has been. Previous Cadillacs have only had evolutionary not revolutionary changes.

    As for modifying pictures, there's only so much I can do. I'm not an actual autodesigner.

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    I think you do pretty damn fine work. I do like the current design theme. However, that doesnt mean there isnt room for different looks on different models.

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    I like the idea very much.....But I agree with Bruce as well.....The edgey look has grown on me a lot in recent months. The CTS, While still being too small I.M.O. is a good looking car particularly the Meaner looking CTS-V models I've seen. I really do like the 12/16 look too, Cadillac has a lot of interesting ideas right now and I hope that they can continue the trend towards better quality that they've been SLOWLY pursuing over the last few years.

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    That could be the next STS

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    Imagine that was the next STS?! Post that picture up in our image section. That would be good for the Concepts and Future Vehicles section..

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    i thought the sixteen was going to have shaved door handles oem

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    The picture above is of a Twelve, not a Sixteen.
    I don't think it requires shaved door handles. It's something extra to go wrong, and probably doesn't work that well in cold climates. Sometimes you need to get a grip (literally).

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    I see that more as a V-8, not V-12 model. I like it, but I still think this and the Sixteen it is based on could be sharper.

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