The American firm Sayers & Scovill, based in Ohio, has shared on Facebook photos of the new Presidential Limousine project – a “presidential” six-door limousine based on the Cadillac XT6 crossover.
There is little information about the car yet. Judging by the pictures, a third pair of doors was added to the standard Cadillac XT6, and the rear part was completely redone: instead of a tailgate, they installed a rigidly fixed glass and a luggage compartment lid, like a sedan. The company emphasized that this is a unique design that allowed to increase the space in the cabin, thereby ensuring maximum comfort for passengers. Sayers & Scovill would like to ask your dealers for details.
Cadillac models are often turned into limousines. For example, in the fall of last year, the automaker brought for tests a lengthened version of the Cadillac XT5 crossover, equipped with a base two-liter turbo engine with 237 horsepower.
And a few months earlier, Lexani Motorcars, a California-based firm that converts production cars into luxury “cabinets” on wheels, showed the first images of a mobile office based on the new Cadillac Escalade. The SUV has been lengthened and an additional pair of doors have been added, bringing it up to six and a half meters.