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1985 Cadillac Cimarron

1985 Cadillac Cimarron Concept & 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood Dual Cowl Touring
1985 Cadillac Cimarron Concept & 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood Dual Cowl Touring
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985 - Interior
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985 - Interior
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985 - Design Sketch
Cadillac Cimarron, 1985 - Design Sketch
Images: Concept Car Central; Custom_Cab's photostream
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PPG Cimarron
Built on the platform of the production Cadillac Cimarron, this concept design featured two cockpits, exotic built-in electronics, televisions for both front and rear consoles, and a cellular telephone controlled from a fixed-hub steering wheel for "hands-free" talking. During the period where press photos were taken, Cadillac displayed the Cimarron concept alongside the 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood, from which it's two-windshield design was inspired. The two unique Cadillacs shared a striking design element, but demonstrated in every other aspect the dramatic advances of more than fifty vears of innovative automotive engineering. The Cimanon concept had a 106.2-inch wheelbase, a 3,380-pound weight, a transverse-mounted 2.8-liter multi-port fuel-injected V6 engine, and televisions for both front and rear passengers. Among the other novelties featured in the two-cockpit Cimarron were telephones and electronic display panels telling both the front and rear passengers the status of the engine and all of it's functioning parts.
Source: Concept Car Central
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cabdriver
Sunday, August 31, 2008
What they should have built, rather than what they did call a cimmaron LOL
Justin
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Using what would be the basic lines of the next generation Seville and Eldorado, the Cimarron was to be a throwback to the old style phaeton. It ended up however being an entry level Cadillac in the form of a cosmetically modified Chevy Cavalier outfitted with glove leather.
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