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
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.
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 in "Standard", "Luxury" and "Premium" trims. The DTS "Platinum" is equipped with 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),... Read More