Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
The Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz coupe is an American personal luxury car produced by GM Cadillac between 1953 and 2002. The whole model range is Cadillac.
This car can be confidently called an advanced row of two-door Cadillacs and one of the most expensive cars of this brand. Since the legendary model of 1959, the 3rd generation of Eldorado (1959-1966) was launched. The updated base made it possible to increase the length of the machine and lower it.
Tail markups increased to such an extent that almost equaled the level of the roof. This “unearthly” appearance of the car was more like a space vehicle than a conventional car. Eldorado’s appearance was almost no different from that of Sixty-Two. He had bulky moldings on the gyrus of the sides using chrome.
The interior of the Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz was a reference point for baroque, and the designers used a lot of chrome. The model had a chic functionality. It had power steering and braking system, air suspension, electronic locks for doors, fog lights and switching to dipped beam and high beam. If necessary, it was possible to get an optional refrigerator, TV and record player. There was plenty of room for such options.
The vehicle was supplied with a 6.5 litre V8 atmospheric engine with an output of 345 horsepower. Maximum speed of the vehicle reached 222 km/h. A hundred coupe gained in 11.2 seconds.
The legendary coupe of about $237998 stands in the car market. The price will vary depending on the year of manufacture and the general condition of the car.
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