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Introducing the Cadillac Ciel Concept.

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Introducing the Cadillac Ciel Concept.

Source: Cadillacs facebook page


Introducing the Ciel concept an elegant, open-air grand-touring car inspired by the natural beauty of the California coast.


Cadillac unveiled the Ciel concept, an elegant, open-air, grand-touring car inspired by the beauty of the California coast. The Ciel is a modern interpretation of the large, expressive luxury that is innate to Cadillac. Combining authentic craftsmanship with futuristic details like a twin-turbocharged hybrid power plant and next generation connectivity, it is an ultimate expression of The New Standard of the World.















now on autoblog.com

Cadillac has chosen the backdrop of this week's classic car festivities in Monterey, California to debut a new concept convertible called the Ciel, which means "sky" in French. The four-seat, four-door drop top was designed to be the ultimate carriage for a drive up the coast, as well as hints at Cadillac's aspirations to offer flagship luxury products in the future.

The Ciel is powered by a 425-horsepower, twin-turbocharged version of GM's 3.6-liter V6 engine with direct injection that's augmented by a hybrid system using lithium-ion batteries. Those massive 22-inch wheels may not look that large because the Ciel itself is a big boat with a wheelbase 12 inches longer than a CTS sedan and overall length cresting 200 inches. Cadillac says the car's shape is more natural and organic than its current design language, perhaps expressing more Art than Science with smoother lines and softer curves than we're used to seeing. We particularly like the slightly rising chrome accent line along the rocker panels that stretches the length of the Ciel.

Exterior aside, inside the Ciel is where we want to be. Passengers are absolutely coddled in their individual bucket seats with unique niceties like pull-out blankets to ward off an evening's chill, aromatherapy controls in the armrests and a drawer containing sun screen, sun glasses and a towel. Of course, technology is ever-present in the cabin with each seat having its own suite of connectivity options and the center dashboard being topped with an inductive charging surface.

Check out Cadillac's official images as well as our own live shots in the galleries below. Two official videos and Cadillac's official PR can be found after the jump.

more pics and some videos on autoblog



I dig it! :rofl:

It reminds me of a Rolls type car and screams ultra highend!

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looks like the 50's or 60's im not digging it

That's why I'm digging it, it's a little long but definitely looks good

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:P I just nutted in my pantz a lil! :rofl:

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VERY nice. This will more than likely do very well if it goes into production.

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