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Cadillac Exterior Styling More Artistic, Less Scientific

Posted on January 4, 2016

Today, Cadillac designers readily would use the term hand-sculpted to describe their creations, along with bespoke, subtle and elegant. Computer-generated? Not so much.

Sure, the sharp edges and creases remain, and the bladelike headlamps and taillamps have gotten even longer and more striking (one auto writer referred to them as lightsabers). But the lines have softened. And it's what goes on between the lines -- the sculpting and ripples and reflective surfacing -- that points to where Cadillac design is headed.

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