Cadillac has unveiled the Elmiraj, a concept it says explores the top of the company's range. The bold style of the four-seat coupe inspired by both the Ciel four-door convertible revealed last year and the 1967 Eldorado. Its vaguely nautical lines accented by a delicate, but healthy application of chrome trim.
Its four-seat interior features an ultramodern style that includes traditional analogue gauges floating over a widescreen digital display, and a system that automatically moves the front and rear buckets forward for easy access to the rear seats.
Befitting a top of the line car, the rear-wheel-drive Elmiraj is powered by a 500 hp 4.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8.
Is it real?