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Donald Trump is First Cadillac DTS Executive Limousine Customer

 Donald Trump is First Cadillac DTS Executive Limousine Customer
Cadillac DTS Executive Limousine

Press Release

President George W. Bush was delivered the world's first, state-of-the-art 2006 Cadillac DTS presidential limousine in January. Never one to be outdone, billionaire real estate developer Donald J. Trump is next to receive his keys to the first 2006 Cadillac DTS executive limousine, which will be available to the public later this year.

The Cadillac DTS executive limousine was unveiled today at the New York International Auto Show. Trump received his keys from Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman, product development and chairman, General Motors North America; and Jim Taylor, Cadillac general manager.

"Obviously, a man of Donald Trump's status can choose any vehicle for his personal transportation," said Taylor. "We're excited that he has chosen the Cadillac DTS executive limousine to chauffeur him to appointments in and around New York."

The DTS executive limousine is a mobile boardroom on wheels. With seating for six passengers in the rear compartment, the luxurious and sophisticated interior is taken to new heights.

Features include a technologically advanced multimedia center, including a 22-inch LCD TV mounted in the partition, an AM/FM stereo with CD and XM Satellite Radio capabilities, a premium sound system, a DVD player, wireless headphones and a wireless tablet PC. Passengers also will find electronically controlled doors in the burled elm consoles, a writing table, vanity mirrors, a refreshment compartment and refrigerator, a magazine rack and even a humidor.

All Cadillac limousines are built by Cadillac Master Coachbuilders using specific chassis manufactured by Cadillac. With 13 coachbuilders across the country, the program is designed to provide custom precision-crafted limousines, livery vehicles and funeral coaches with the finest conversions that meet strict Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.

Source: Text & photos courtesy General Motors Corporation
Published Mar 24, 2005 3:07 pm
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