Cadillac have recently unveiled a new concept car that they’re calling the Ciel. The pictures speak for themselves.
I don’t think I’ve seen such a good looking Concept Car for a very long time. Concept cars are usually hideous things that seem as though they’ve been designed as a joke but I’m persuaded to contact Cadillac right now to plead with them to sell the Ciel. It also rides on a pair of 22” Aluminium wheels with independent multi-link rear suspension – translated, that means an unimaginably smooth ride.
Of course, this being a Cadillac, the good stuff doesn’t stop on the outside. It’s got a twin-turbocharged 425bhp 3.6-litre V6 engine, paired with a hybrid system to keep everybody happy, under the bonnet. And, the interior features olive wood, machined aluminium, hand-tipped leather and cashmere blankets so that the rear passengers can keep snug. It’s also more than 5 metres long, so good luck with parallel parking.
Cadillac haven’t really given too many details away, but we can only hope that they go on to produce this excellent looking vehicle. As for a price, again, there is a lack of information provided, but I suspect that this kind of beauty doesn’t come without a hefty price tag.