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Urban Luxury Concept

Urban Luxury Concept (United States of America, 2010)

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Cadillac unveiled a new design at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. The concept car represented a new kind of small luxury car. The design study was developed in the Los Angeles area, where citizens encounter problems with tight, confined parking areas for apartments, office buildings and suburban homes.

In terms of size the Urban Luxury Concept can be compared to the small-sized popular city cars found in Paris, Shanghai and London, but shows a distinct vehicle design. The car offers seats for four people and easy access to all of them through a pair of scissor-type doors that extend outward and rotate forward when opened. Inside the Urban Luxury Concept offers a roomy passenger area, which is trimmed in exquisite materials and features interactive technology. Most of the traditional gauges as the audio and climate system controls have been substituted by touch-pad screens and projected readouts.

For this concept car engineers at Cadillac have developed a concept hybrid propulsion system. The Urban Luxury Concept is powered by a turbocharged 1.0L three-cylinder engine, which employs electric assist technology, engine start-stop function, brake energy regeneration and a dry dual-clutch transmission.



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Cadillac was founded in 1902 by Henry Martyn Leland from the remains of Henry Ford’s car company. After financial disputes with its bankers, Ford left taking its name, and Leland stepped in, persuading the bankers to carry on with the carmaker. A new name was needed, and inspired in the French explorer that discovered Detroit in the beginning of the 17th century, Leland chose the explorer’s name to baptize the company: Cadillac.

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