Cadillac Elmiraj Concept, but not the least of which is how production-ready this big coupe appears to be. Take out the overly fancy interior and a few conceptual elements of the exterior, and this looks like a coupe that could be in
dealers now as the successor to the
On top of that,
Automotive News is quoting Bob Ferguson,
Cadillac senior vice president, as saying that a production version of this car is «very doable.» AN adds that if the
Monterey showstopper gets the green-light, this car would compete against the upcoming
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and would based on
Cadillac’s upcoming rear-wheel-drive flagship sedan due out in 2015. The range-topping coupe would debut sometime after the sedan model. Cross your fingers.