Drawing inspiration from the Kustom Kar Kulture of the 1950′s, the all new Cadillac Ciel convertible looks like something George Barris might have designed. Driving California’s Highway 1 in an open car while the sun sets, from Big Sur north to Monterey, is the type of journey the Ciel team envisioned during its design.
“The Ciel is about the romance of the drive. It emulates the great touring cars seen on the greens at Pebble Beach, but with a modern flair that projects Cadillac’s vision for the future.”
The car is very elegant and features a shape that hasn’t been seen on modern vehicles. Some highlights of the design include suicide doors, two-toned interior, and a hybrid motor paired up with a 3.6-liter V-6.