|Assembly||Hamtramck, Michigan, United States|
|Class||Full-size, luxury car|
|Body style||4-door sedan|
|Engine||4.6 L Northstar LD8 V8
4.6 L Northstar L37 V8
|Transmission||4-speed 4T80 automatic|
|Wheelbase||115.6 in (2,936 mm)|
|Length||207.6 in (5,273 mm)|
|Width||74.8 in (1,900 mm)|
|Height||57.6 in (1,463 mm)|
|Curb weight||4,009 lb (1,818 kg)|
The Cadillac DTS (DeVille Touring Sedan) is a full-size luxury sedan produced by General Motors, an American automobile company. The DTS replaced the Cadillac DeVille as General Motors' largest luxury car for the 2006 model year. This renaming followed new styling conventions set by the earlier CTS and STS.
The first version of the DTS was initially shown at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show on February 9.
Production and specifications 
The DTS was manufactured at GM's Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly factory from 2005 through May 2011. The "Luxury" models were priced at US$46,280 for the 2010 model. Even though priced lower than the rear-wheel drive STS flagship, the DTS is longer than the STS.
One major feature change from the Deville to the DTS was the elimination of the standard 6-passenger seating configuration for non-limousine models. However, such capability remains an optional feature for fleet clients. It had a square clock but circular gauges.
The DTS incorporates the K-platform as denoted by the 4th letter in the VIN, and is powered by the 32V Northstar V8, which produces 275 bhp (205 kW) in "Standard", "Luxury" and "Premium" trims. The DTS "Platinum" is equipped with 292 bhp (218 kW) version. The DTS has standard industry features including multiple airbags, xenon high power headlamps, leather seating, and power seats. Options include navigation system, Magnetic Ride Control (magnetic ride control on performance models only), moonroof, chrome wheels, heated/cooled seats, and a heated steering wheel. A fully loaded DTS costs approximately $55,000(US) depending on color choice and options. A new DTS Platinum Edition was released in 2007 with special interior trim, badging and other luxury features. GM phased out all GM badges from vehicles on the 2010.5 models, including the Cadillac DTS.
Luxury I, II, III
|2006||4.6 L Northstar LD8 V8||275 bhp (205 kW; 279 PS) at 5200 rpm||292 lb·ft (396 N·m) at 4400 rpm|
|2007–2008||275 bhp (205 kW; 279 PS) at 6000 rpm||295 lb·ft (400 N·m) at 4400 rpm|
|Performance||2006||4.6 L Northstar L37 V8||291 bhp (217 kW; 295 PS) at 5600 rpm||286 lb·ft (388 N·m) at 4400 rpm|
|2007–2008||292 bhp (218 kW; 296 PS) at 6300 rpm||288 lb·ft (390 N·m) at 4500 rpm|
Especially for the limousine market, the lightly stretched DTS-L was released in November 2006 for the 2007 model year. Developed and finished by Accubuilt, this version was being touted as having greater rear legroom. Early DTS-L Cadillacs are easily recognized by the wider rear C-pillar, similar to the one used on the older Fleetwood 75 Series. This was necessitated by the use of the standard length DTS rear door, which left a strange looking space between the rear wheelwell and door. In 2008 a new version, with longer rear doors, was introduced. This change also meant that the C-pillars became considerably slimmer. Despite these efforts, the small production DTS-L soon disappeared from the marketplace.
End of production 
The last DTS rolled off the assembly line at 11:51 a.m. on May 27, 2011.
Presidential State Car 
A specially designed and outfitted armored vehicle with DTS styling and a high-roof fitted to a GM four-wheel drive chassis was used in the second inauguration of U.S. President George W. Bush. While details of the modified vehicle, codenamed "Stagecoach", remain classified, previous such vehicles indicate that it would have been upgraded with advanced armor and safety features in order to protect the president from various threats.
Yearly American sales 
|Calendar Year||Total sales|
Next generation 
Prior to bankruptcy, GM had considered a rear-drive sedan, powered by the new Ultra V8 engine (replacement for the Northstar), to bow for 2010. GM later stopped development of new North American Zeta-based models and canceled the Ultra V8 engine.
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