Setting aside the absurdity of a “safety” system that actually enables people to be less attentive behind the wheel, functional doesn’t have to mean ugly.
Counterpoint: all of those cars looked ridiculous and I’m never ever going to buy something that looks like a freaking insect or egg or dorky glorified golf cart. Whereas this actually looks GOOD and is more reminiscent of the stuff Honda used to build and sell here in the early-mid ‘90s.
Anybody else feel like the front end styling on this thing is a downgrade compared to the current model? The headlight design is unimaginative at best, I don’t like the way they’re positioned relative to the grille, and the angle of the front end makes it look like it has a massively swollen lower jaw.
From a styling perspective, I think that this looks pretty good except for the front end... the angle of the front end makes it look like it has a massive, swollen lower jaw.
The funny thing is, the CT6 actually outsold (9,669 units) the 7-Series (8,271), as well as the G80 (7,446) and G90 (2,136) combined in the US last year. It also outsold the Lincoln Continental (8,758).
Still a tragedy that the CT6 is to be killed off so soon, after a relatively short existence, and just as it was getting really good with the V8 and CT6-V. This car was such a monumental leap forward for Cadillac, from the new lightweight platform to the SuperCruise debut, not to mention the fact that it was the first…
That actually looks pretty good. Interior looks great too.
Cadillac should have just given us the Escala.
First Gear: that might be the first intelligent thing I’ve heard out of Hackett since he took the helm at Ford.
So annoying, but I suppose I’ll just have to get used to it.
If that’s the case, that sucks. It makes a little more sense if using split screen, but I’d like the option to turn it off.
But will they finally ditch the mustache?
Ugh... why does it have to look like that?
What a shit design.
YES. This color needs to happen in more cars.
Why does the cleanliness of the recyclables matter so much? Don’t the metals and plastics ultimately just get melted down, and the paper/cardboard turned into a pulp before reprocessing?
the dashboard is composed of painted, frosted Plexiglass
Just stick to this basic shape