Cadillac XLR (discontinued after 2009) was a luxury roadster with true performance roots. Signature Cadillac design cues such as the bold front grille, vertical headlamps and tail lamps, and body-side character line accented XLR’s expressive, unmistakably American design. Its StabiliTrak stability control system seamlessly integrated XLR’s braking, traction control, steering and suspension systems. As one of the world’s first vehicles equipped with Magnetic Ride Control, it had a smooth, well-controlled body motion. And with the push of a button, XLR transformed from a stylish coupe to an exhilarating open-air roadster.
The stunning, high-performance sport coupe features rear-wheel drive (RWD), a 556 horsepower Eaton-supercharged V8 engine with 551 lb.-ft. of torque, revolutionary dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control, race-inspired Brembo® brakes and a driver-focused cockpit.