02 Escalade | 02 Corvette "Goldilocks" | 03 Blazer 4x4 | 92 Caprice Wagon LS1/T56
All I can say is:
Cars like the Cayenne exist (the mid engined Cayman shouldn't be lumped in the same class as an SUV) so Porsche can bring us badass new things like the GT2 RS.See, that's not enough for me. The Porsche badge doesn't mean a thing to me. It's a car like any other. In South Florida especially, I feel Porsche is nothing but a watered down brand for soccer moms and posers. You don't see 911's or the good ones - only the Cayennes and Caymans.
And besides, all the 911's are virtually the same now. It's a joke. They're just putting out cars and people are buying them because they're 911's. I don't even give them a second look.
I agree, but lets get the basics out of the way first... like that full sized entry so direly missing.This four-door coupe thing may just be a fad - but maybe not. If not, then it'll be just another area Cadillac lagged behind. I have to imagine somebody at Cadillac has been working on a design. It would be odd for something like this to be completely ignored. The fact that basically everyone is jumping on the bandwagon has to account for something...
I think it could work. Take a CTS sedan, put a few more inches in between the front and rear wheels, and give it the sloping rear roofline of the CTS coupe...boom, Cadillac 4-door coupe. And it would be a hell of a lot cooler than the humdrum XTS.The swoopy roof look would be difficult to integrate with the "Art & Science" theme, which favors straight lines.