GM K platform (RWD)

GM K Platform (RWD)

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The General Motors K platform (commonly called the K-body) was the automobile platform designation used for the rear wheel drive Cadillac Seville models from 1975 to 1979.

The rear-wheel drive K platform was based on a heavily modified GM X platform and shared components with the F-bodies of the 1970s. It used a stretched 114.3 in wheelbase, a simple front double A-arm suspension with a solid axle and leaf springs in the rear. The platform used unibody construction with a front subframe assembly, a design which first appeared in GM vehicles on the 1962 Chevy II.

In 1980, the Cadillac Seville was moved to the GM K platform platform, similar to the GM E platform-based Cadillac Eldorado.

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