The latest version of the Cadillac DTS full-size luxury sedan is on a mission. GM’s luxury brand has stretched its biggest four-door to take a larger share of the livery market.
Cadillac expects the eight extra inches of rear-seat room will help the DTS draw more interest from limousine operators and executive car drivers.
Along with its increased length, the DTS-L has what Cadillac calls “VIP Privacy” rear seating.
The DTS-L shares the standard car’s 275-hp, 4.6-liter V-8. It also sports power heated front seats; heated rear seats with lumbar controls; remote starting; XM; a DVD navigation system; and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system.
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