First time a President has done a pace lap at Daytona. One of the biggest races in the world. It is great to see a Cadillac on a race track but this is something special. If you have been around the site for a while you would know Trump is a Cadillac fan from way before he ran for office.
Celebrities in Cadillacs
After seeing the new Cadillac ELR at the NY Auto Show I couldn’t wait to see it actually on the road. In this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay does exactly that. You can see it has some power and rides really smooth. I am glad to see Cadillac testing out new technology that helps us get away from the dependency of gas.
If you haven’t seen the video I shot from the NY auto show you can see it here.
While I know our members won’t be trading in their 1950’s Cadillacs for a ELR it is fun to see all the new Cadillacs features. In the Jay Leno video he shows the details in the tail lights and how it looks like the car has a tail fin.
I am sure you all heard on the news that Justin Bieber got pulled over in his new “Batmobile Themed” Cadillac CTS-V. Well I saw a video of Bieber getting interviewed where he said it was all bull so I believe him. You know how the media loves to play that game to make the stars look guilty.
This Sunday night on the Velocity channel at 8pm you can see how he got his car customized at West Coast Customs. To me it looks like a 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Black Diamond edition but I am not sure exactly if that is what it started out as. I will be watching to see what they do to it besides the suicide doors.
I know it has 22 inch Asanti wheels and some batman logos but I am sure the guys at West Coast have done many other changes.
So yes I am admitting that I am going to watch Justin instead of the first quarter of Sunday night football. Is that so wrong after all he does have a good taste in cars. We have a video of a CTS-V Black Diamond that I put on the forum from the NY auto show.
Welcome to the Cadillac family Justin Bieber.
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