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MGM Resort Delivers Luxury With CNG Cadillac Limousines

Posted on April 15, 2015

MGM Resorts International (MGM) and World CNG, an alternative fuel technology provider, have introduced the United States’ first compressed natural gas (CNG) Cadillac XTS limousines. The Cadillac XTS limousines are 70 inches longer than traditional limos, giving them the designation of “stretch” limos. They are the first XTS limousines certified by Cadillac and the first-ever Cadillac XTS vehicles to be converted to CNG. The new limousines produce only one-ninth of the emissions when compared to their predecessors, the discontinued gasoline-powered Lincoln Town Car limousines.

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Related Topics: Cadillac XTS, CNG, fuel efficiency, Las Vegas, new vehicles, vehicle technology

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