List of Cadillac vehicles

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From 1902 to the modern day, Cadillac, a brand of General Motors, has introduced many models with differing engines to establish itself as the premier luxury car in the United States.[1]

Historical and classic, 1902-1949[edit]

Early Antique[edit]

  • 1902-1903 Cadillac Runabout and Tonneau — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1903-1904 Cadillac Model A — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1904 Cadillac Models A and B
    • Model A — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model B — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1905 Cadillac Models B, C, D, E and F
  • 1906 Cadillac Models H, K, L, and M
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model K — 74 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model L — 110 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1907 Cadillac Models G, H, K, and M
    • Model G — 100 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model K — 74 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1908 Cadillac Models G, H, M, S and T
    • Model G — 100 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model H — 102 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • Model M — 76 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model S — 82 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
    • Model T — 82 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine
  • 1909-1911 Cadillac Model Thirty
    • 1909 — 106 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine
    • 1910 — 110 in wheelbase; 120 in wheelbase (limousine) four-cylinder engine Fisher
    • 1911 — 116 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1912 — Cadillac Model 1912; 116 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1913 — Cadillac Model 1913; 120 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1914 — Cadillac Model 1914; 120 and 134 in wheelbase four-cylinder engine Fisher
  • 1915 — Cadillac Type 51; 122  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1916 — Cadillac Type 53; 122  132  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1917 — Cadillac Type 55; 125  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher
  • 1918-1919 Cadillac Type 57; 125  132  and 145 in wheelbase V8 Fisher

1920s[edit]

1930s[edit]

  • 1930 Cadillac Series 353, 370 and 452 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 353 — 140  and 152 in wheelbase V8 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 370 — 140  143  and 152 in wheelbase V12 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 452 — 148 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1931 Cadillac Series 355, 370-A and 452-A Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 355 — 134  and 152 in wheelbase V8 Fleetwood
    • Series 370-A — 140  143  and 152 in wheelbase V12 Fleetwood
    • Series 452-A — 148 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1932 Cadillac Series 355-B, 370-B and 452-B Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 355-B — 134  and 156 in wheelbase V8 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 370-B — 140  and 156 in wheelbase V12 Fisher Fleetwood
    • Series 452-B — 143 and 149 in wheelbase V16 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1933 Cadillac Series 355-C, 370-C and 452-C Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1934 Cadillac Series 10, 20, 30 and 452-D Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1935 Cadillac Series 10, 20, 30 and 452-D Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1936 Cadillac Series 36-60, 36-70, 36-75, 36-80, 36-85, 36-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1937 Cadillac Series 36-60, 37-65, 37-70, 37-75, 37-85, 37-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1938 Cadillac Series 38-60, 38-60S, 38-65, 38-75, 38-90 Fisher Fleetwood
  • 1939 Cadillac Series 39-60S, 39-65, 39-75, 39-90 Fisher Fleetwood

1940s[edit]

1950s (Finned Fifties)[edit]

Chiang Kai-shek's Cadillac

1960s[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

  • 1980-1985 Seville — 114.3 in (2,900 mm) wheelbase, V8
  • 1982-1988 Cimarron— 101.2 in (2,570 mm) wheelbase, V6
  • 1985–1988
  • 1986-1991
  • 1987–1993
  • 1989–1993

1990s[edit]

  • 1992-2002
  • 1994–1999
  • 1997–2001
    • Catera —107.5 in (2,730 mm) wheelbase, V6

2000s[edit]

2010s/Current[edit]

Concepts, prototypes[edit]

  • Cadillac Caribbean, Coupe de Ville, El Rancho, Embassy — 1949
  • Cadillac Debutante — 1950
  • Cadillac custom roadster for Bill Boyer — 1951-52
  • Cadillac Eldorado and Townsman — 1952
  • Cadillac Le Mans, Orleans — 1953
  • Cadillac El Camino, La Espada, Park Avenue, PF 200 Cabriolet — 1954 [a custom job by Pinin Farina on 1953 Cadillac chassis, for private client]
  • Cadillac Celebrity, Eldorado Brougham, La Salle II Roadster and Sedan, Eldorado St. Moritz, Westchester — 1955
  • Cadillac Castilian, Gala, Maharani, Palomino, Eldorado Brougham and Eldorado Brougham Town Car — 1956
  • Cadillac Director — 1957
  • Cadillac "Bubble-Top" parade car — 1957
  • Cadillac "Rain Car" and 4-door Eldorado Seville — 1958
  • Cadillac Cyclone — 1959 [later rebodied]
  • Cadillac "Bubble-Top" parade car [built in Canada] — 1959
  • Cadillac 4-door phaeton — 1960
  • Cadillac Eldorado Chicago Show Car — 1961
  • Cadillac Florentine — 1964
  • Cadillac NART — 1970
  • Cadillac TAG Function Car — 1978 [a test vehicle on Eldorado chassis by Swiss coach builder, Franco Sbarro]
  • Cadillac CART-PPG — 1985
  • Cadillac Voyage — 1988
  • Cadillac Solitaire — 1989
  • Cadillac Aurora — 1990
  • Cadillac Evoq — 1999
  • Cadillac Eldorado and Imaj — 2000
  • Cadillac Vizon — 2001
  • Cadillac Cien — 2002
  • Cadillac Sixteen — 2003
  • Cadillac BLS and Villa — 2005
  • Cadillac Provoq — 2008
  • Cadillac CTS Coupe — 2008
  • Cadillac Converj (PHEV) — 2009
  • Cadillac World Thorium Fuel (WTF) — 2009
  • Cadillac XTS Platinum — 2010
  • Cadillac Aera — 2010
  • Cadillac Urban Luxury Concept (ULC) — 2010
  • Cadillac Ciel — 2011
  • Cadillac Elmiraj — 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Laam, Michael (January 2002). "100 Years of Cadillac History". Popular Mechanics. Retrieved 2009-04-26.