Cadillac says the new models emphasize styling, comfort, convenience and safety. And there's an all-new?
Cadillac says the new models emphasize styling, comfort, convenience and safety. And there's an all-new Eldorado, with front wheel drive. All of the new models have the familiar cross-hatch grille design which identifies them as members of the Cadillac family.
Safety-related product improvements include an energy-absorbing steering column, and a steering wheel with a large padded surface to protect the driver.
Rooflines on 1967 Cadillacs have a new look too. And the Eldorado has a look all its own. The rear end is simple and uncluttered.
Headlights on the Eldorado are revealed when they are turned on. And when the lights are turned off, grille doors close.
Styling lines of the standard Cadillac emphasize length. Changes in the bumper and taillight give the rear a new look too. Cadillac will again offer twelve body styles in the Fleetwood, De Ville and Calais (cal-lay) series for 1967.