The Right-Hand Drive Cadillac CTS is at this years British International Motorshow

Cadillac CTS
Cadillac CTS

Cadillac presents the eagerly awaited all new right-hand drive CTS at this years British International Motorshow. Two concept vehicles, the CTS Coupe and the Provoq crossover, will also be showcased giving visitors a powerful demonstration of the luxury brand's defining characteristics - dramatic design, great performance and intelligent technology.

Right-Hand Drive Cadillac CTS

The all-new Cadillac CTS luxury sports saloon, which arrives in the UK showrooms September 2008, features technical innovations throughout, dramatic exterior styling and a hand-crafted lavishly equipped interior.

Power is provided by world-class 2.8 or 3.6 litre V6 petrol engines mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with manual mode. An advanced 2.9 litre V6 diesel engine will join the line-up in 2009. Prices for this bold contender start from just £26,995 for the 2.8 V6 and rise to just £32,995 for the 3.6 V6.

Luxury comes as standard on the new CTS, which comes with a single ‘Sport Luxury’ specification that exhibits a class-leading level of standard equipment. As a result of the impressive standard equipment level the only optional choices needed are exterior paint finish, the ‘Ultra View’ sunroof and the Sapele Pommele wood finish to the interior.

Offering stunning road presence, a luxurious fully-appointed interior and an exceptional driving experience, the new Cadillac CTS is a symbol for a new generation of drivers who think outside the box.


Published : 22/07/08 Author : Melanie Carter

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