Cadillac teases a new concept at Pebble Beach

Cadillac concept teaser photo - low res - 17.8.2012
Cadillac concept teaser photo - low res - 17.8.2012 / Automotive News

Could be a flagship sedan

Cadillac has shown renderings of an upcoming concept at a media event in Monterey, California.

Possibly a preview of the brand's new flagship, the concept has flowing lines and gently-curved surfaces. It could also foreshadow a new design philosophy that is known as "American glamour meets American technology."

According to Cadillac design director Clay Dean, the model will "reflect back not for nostalgia, but what made us great at the time." He also confirmed the company will launch ten new or updated models in the next three years.

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Very extreme for a sedan, I'll go for a sportscar
Aug 20th, 2012 2:53pm
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Very interesting lines that could belong to a sports car and even more interesting if this is a saloon.
Aug 20th, 2012 7:11am
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VWWerke VWWerke
Now this looks intriguing! It seems to have, once again, a classic 1960s "JFK" Lincoln Continental vibe about it, especially that cliff-like front with the headlights situated way down below the bonnet (hood) line. Cadillac seriously need to PRODUCTIONIZE these amazing concepts of theirs, not just build them as automotive forms of cock-teasing!
Aug 19th, 2012 12:05am
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Automophile6683 Automophile6683
I think it could be a sports car, Or maybe thats just wishful thinking.
Aug 18th, 2012 7:35am
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sensei sensei
Its wishful thinking. The Cadillac Cien was an absolute hit and GM has acted like they never heard of it. It would easily be an Audi R8 competitor even after all these years, it still looks fresh.
Aug 19th, 2012 6:01am
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The teasing pictures are awfull. Hope they can recreate a concept as beautiful as the Ciel.
Aug 18th, 2012 6:36am
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Kakumbaz Kakumbaz
"American glamour meets American technology"? That to me doesn't seem like a philosophy at all. Art and Science made more sense..
Aug 18th, 2012 5:45am
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sideskraper sideskraper
That swoopy front end not only evokes classic Cadillac, but Alfa Romeo.
Aug 18th, 2012 5:15am
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