Cadillac

After a dispute between Henry Ford and his investors, Henry M. Leland convinced the investors to take what was left of the Henry Ford Company and form Cadillac. In 1902 Cadillac broke into the car scene, bringing with it new technology that was all the rage. The first automobiles produced were two-seat horseless carriages powered by a single-cylinder engine. Through the years the models evolved into extremely sophisticated vehicles, both inside and out. Each decade marks grand differences and improvements in the cars and brand. A luxury vehicle at its finest, both the build of the car and the company is quite the spectacle.

 

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