Cadillac has now revealed its highly attractive car, the Escala Concept.
The company disclosed couple of information about the four-door sedan, consisting of whether it will ever manufacture that model, but Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen stated the car does suggest concrete things to come.
Monterey Car Week has generally been about old automobiles– classic cars in rallies, antique automobiles at auction, historical cars on the race course, culminating with the vintage car charm pageant at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance.
However progressively the event has ended up being a platform for brand-new vehicles, as major automobile producers aim to get hold of the attention of the world’s most compulsive auto lovers by unveiling brand-new automobiles and designs.
Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz did that Thursday night, with a set of concept vehicles that point the way for their makers’ futures.
In the bunker-like building on the third fairway at historic Pebble Beach golf course, Mercedes’ U.S. president Dietmar Exler presented the Vision Mercedes Maybach 6.
The long, streamlined two-door coupe is an electrical battery-powered, rear-wheel drive supercar. Having 750 horsepower, a split rear window and unique gull wing doors, it plainly caught the attention of the otherwise blase Pebble Beach public.
“That’s the next Jason Bourne car,” one observer commented.
Though it is not likely to ever be offered in this form, it consists of hints of what Exler called the “sensual” pureness design language of future Mercedes Maybach productions.
Throughout the peninsula, in a huge stone and wood house that recommended Fred Flintstone on steroids, Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen was using comparable language to present a similarly unlikely automobile.