Isn't that an STS that you can already buy here?I would definitely buy this Chinese Cadillac.
IIRC in China they have the option of having a long wheel base version of the STS while we do not.Isn't that an STS that you can already buy here?
http://www.auto-power-girl.com/cars-2008/cadillac-specifications/cadillac_sls-2241Based on the STS luxury sedan, the SLS is stretched 100 mm. The additional length results in a luxurious and spacious interior with rear legroom of 1060 mm. The design of the SLS is unmistakably Cadillac. Diamond-faceted contours echo the geometry of other Cadillac vehicles. Subtle V-shapes, inspired by Cadillac`s shield badge, are a recurring motif in both the exterior and interior design. In typical Cadillac fashion, the SLS interior design and fit and finish deliver an outstanding experience from any seat. Ambient lighting, Tuscany leather and sapele pommele wood accents all give the cabin a relaxing and premium look and feel.
Under the hood, the Northstar 4.6 liter V-8 engine produces 320 horsepower, giving the SLS outstanding performance. The six-speed automatic transmission is electronically-controlled. Magnetic Ride Control and StabilTrak, along with a sport suspension, deliver both a refined ride and responsive handling.
That has been my beautiful desktop background at work for a couple months now.I would definitely buy this Chinese Cadillac.
That rear seat reminds me of a 1990 Seville STS I used to own. It too had the full lenght console and two buckets in the rear, kind of looked like a private jet in the back seat.Correct. Not only is it longer wheelbase than the domestic version, but it has an absolutely smokin' interior that some fool at Cadillac decided we shouldn't get.
That has been my beautiful desktop background at work for a couple months now.
Whoa.....ummmm.......too much info:yup:when i was fisting a friend
You must post pictures of this. I have NEVER seen a Seville like that which makes me think it was a custom job and I am curios to see what it looked like.That rear seat reminds me of a 1990 Seville STS I used to own. It too had the full lenght console and two buckets in the rear, kind of looked like a private jet in the back seat.