Style and design.
Few brands define the prestige and design as exclusive to North American vehicles as the Cadillac. Ironically, that car that defines American style has a name that is pure French stock. We say this because its founder Henry Leland, who was a master mechanic and businessman, named the company in 1902 after his predecessor, a French navy officer named Antonie de la Mothe Cadillac, who was the founder of the city of Detroit. Something worth mentioning is that the Cadillac dynasty used a coat of arms, which was divided into squares, above had a crown of seven peaks and wrapped in a garland of laurel. It was precisely this shield that Leland used when making his first vehicles, so it can be said that Cadillac is the only American brand that can be proud to carry a real coat of arms.Show More