NAIAS- Cadillac XTS Concept Intro Video

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  1. Gerald February 27, 2013 Ok, let’s try again I think the XTS will be a real winner here here you have a car with A8 level of spnasouicess but at a lower price than the A6L. And with an output of 269 hp, the 2.0T is more powerful than the powertrains of either.Even I am tempted, though I really have no need for a car this big.A quote from Edmunds’ First Drive review of the XTS: One of the biggest questions facing the 2013 Cadillac XTS is its size relative to the models it’s replacing. Cadillac insists DTS buyers will find the XTS amply large, and after driving it we can’t argue. With an overall length of 202 inches, it lacks the DTS’s sheer expanse (207.6 inches), but space is used more efficiently here — and it’s still more than 5 inches longer than the STS.At 111.7 inches the XTS’s wheelbase isn’t as long as the standard-wheelbase versions of the Audi A8 (117.8 inches) or 7 Series (120.9 inches), but it exceeds those cars’ front and rear legroom and its 18-cubic-foot trunk makes their cargo areas look laughably small by comparison. We adjusted the driver seat for our driving position, then planted our 5-foot, 9-inch frame in the backseat and found nearly a full foot between our knees and the seatback. Only the mutants will need more room.

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