Cadillac, Lincoln Renewing Epic Luxury Vehicle Race

Posted on May 20, 2015

Cadillac with its CT6 and Lincoln with its Continental concept were the toast of Broadway in March — or at least the talk of the auto journalist rabble hoofing it around the Javits Center during the New York Auto Show’s media days.

Both are full-size sedans, a long-familiar battleground for the brands. And though both cars promise luxury, they’re going about it in decidedly different ways. Quiet and elegant vs. athletic and prestige-seeking. Game on, again. column article here

Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac CT6, concept car, Ford, Lincoln, Lincoln Motor Company, Lincoln-Continental, manufacturing, new vehicles, OEMs, premium luxury sedans, vehicle debut

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  • Steve

     | about 5 years ago

    Trunk space shoulder width seating capacity door width for easy in and out of the vehicle and reliability all prominent needs with the livery industry I'm use to getting 400,000 plus reliable miles out of my Lincoln's

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