The Cadillac Evoq, shown at the 1999 North American International
Auto Show (NAIAS), was a concept designed to highlight
the fact that technology can be physically attractive.
The 2 seat Evoq concept, like most contemporary Cadillac
products is extremely angular in its exterior design,
and its interior is filled with technological innovations,
including a heads up display, night-vision, rear view
radar and cameras, voice activated multimedia systems,
navigation and e-mail.
Designed under the leadership of GM Design chief Wayne
Cherry (now retired - see the Cadillac
Sixteen), the Cadillac Evoq was " - a bold statement.
It is immediately identifiable as a Cadillac, and at the
same time it presents itself clearly as a qualified member
of the international league of luxury two-seaters," according
The Cadillac Evoq concept was powered by a 4.2 litre Northstar
V8 developing 405 bhp and 385 lb ft of torque.
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