Cadillac Allanté

Cadillac Allanté
1993 Cadillac Allanté
Produced: 4,670
Original Price: $59,970
Average Auction Sale: $12,021
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Cadillac Allanté
1992 Cadillac Allanté
Produced: 1,931
Original Price: $57,175 - $62,795
Average Auction Sale: $7,733
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Cadillac Allanté
1991 Cadillac Allanté
Produced: 2,500
Original Price: $55,255 - $60,805
Average Auction Sale: $6,788
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Cadillac Allante
1990 Cadillac Allante
Produced: 3,101
Original Price: $51,555 - $57,180
Average Auction Sale: $6,175
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Cadillac Allante
1989 Cadillac Allante
Produced: 3,296
Original Price: $57,180
Average Auction Sale: $7,333
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Total Production: 21,430 1987 - 1993
In March of 1987, Cadillac introduced the limited production Cadillac Allanté. The famous Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina, which had worked for many prestigious marques such as Ferrari and Rolls-Royce, was tasked to handle the coachwork. 747 aircraft were modified to carry the bodies from the Italian coachbuilder's location to Cadillac's facilities in the United States. German steel, Swiss alloy, and French exterior trim amplified the exotic nature of this vehicle.

The integrity of Allante was amplified by Cadillac by having each vehicle undergo a vigorous test-track evaluation followed by an inspection by two teams of technicians. Each team was required to sign-off on each Allanté using their own signature if the vehicle met the standards. A 7-year Limited Warranty was included with each vehicle.

With Cadillac luxury and European racing-heritage, the Allanté was the ultimate car. Bosch III Anti-Lock Braking System providing excellent stopping power while the 8-cylinder engine with Sequential-Port Fuel Injection provided smooth but impressive performance. The 16 cubic-feet of trunk space was large and accommodating, capable of transporting luggage, ski's, and golf bags.

The interior of the vehicle was plush. The Recaro seats were adorned in hand-fitted leather. The instrumentation featured analogue dials and a liquid crystal display. There was plenty of room for the driver and passengers from the two-door coupe.

From the factory, the Allante would set the buyer back just over $56,500. The aluminum block, cast-iron cylinder heads and liners, 90-degree 8-cylinder engine producing 170 horsepower provided ample power to carry the 3490 pound vehicle. During its production run, only 2569 units were produced, guaranteeing their exclusivity in modern times.
By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2006
Cadillac Models

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