Cadillac introduces new XTS Sedan at LA Auto Show

Cadillac introduced a completely new sedan here at the LA Auto Show. Check out the slideshow of the new XTS above and you’ll see that Cadillac is definitely on the right track as they continue the evolution of their approach to design. Cadillac executives promised that there would be no more “design by committee” at the luxury brand and they presented the XTS as a representation of a clear direction for the brand.

As you can see from the photos, the design is very impressive. It retains some of a hard lines and edges we’ve seen from Cadillac but the XTS represents a more refined expression of this approach.

Most importantly, the XTS will be the first model to feature Cadillac’s new CUE system that was created to provide a comprehensive in-vehicle experience. We previewed the CUE system last month and were very impressed as it presents a great leap forward for the in-car user experience. Here’s what we said then: “New innovations like tactile feedback on your finger when you touch the 8-inch center stack screen and proximity sensing that has control buttons pop up on the screen as you hand approaches make this system very user friendly, and the customization features make CUE a very powerful system that greatly enhances the driver experience.”

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Booth Babes at the 2011 LA Auto Show

Bullz-Eye.com is having a great time at the 2011 LA Auto Show, and naturally they’ve noticed all the beautiful booth babes helping to promote the new cars.

Check out the complete gallery of hotness!

  

2013 Infiniti JX to Debut at Los Angeles Auto Show

This week at the Los Angeles International Auto Show, Infiniti will debut the 7-passenger/3-row luxury crossover, the 2013 Infiniti JX. Infiniti will also debut the 2013 IPL G Convertible, joining the Infiniti Performance Line Portfolio and we have some of the first media for you right here at DashBoardNews. This sleek new offering from Infiniti takes 7 passenger seating crossovers into new territory when it comes to design and luxury appointments. Take a look or yourself!

  

Maserati Kubang Debuts

Maserati has shot its opening salvo in the premium SUV market with the Kubang. Based on the Grand Cherokee, the Kubang is set to compete with the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. We have known about this model for a long time, but now we get a first glance of its looks.

It is definitely prettier than its competition by a wide margin. Whereas the Cayenne and X5 look overly large and bloated, the Kubang is svelte and refined. The name is even better. Say it with me, “Kubang.” It sounds like the main character in a 70’s detective show.

No word yet on performance specifications, but those details should be coming out soon enough.

Source: Autoblog

  

New Ford Evos Concept

This is the new Ford Evos concept that they will be debuting at Frankfurt soon. It is powered by a hybrid powertrain and has four seats. Now that the boring details are out of the way, lets talk about the Evos’ real party piece: its looks.

Good God it is beautiful. A natural progression from their “kinetic” design language, this new look smashes the cliches that have abounded recent car design. For instance, the headlights are slim and svelte (not bulging monstrosities that look better on cartoons than cars), the grill is not obscene in size, and there are curves in the place of slashes and edges. Luckily, we don’t have to wait long to see its influence. The first model to receive these styling clues will be revealed in four months.

But seriously Ford, if you want to win hearts, shrink the car up, keep it rear wheel drive, and give it an Ecoboost four cylinder. Mustang who?

Look for the debut in Frankfurt for this stunner soon

  

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