Squarely in the "ain't gonna happen" file, my Coupe DeVille could be the tech leader of the Cadillac lineup with a fully active suspension.
C H O P — Granted, the era of Cadillacs with proper names is probably over for a few generations, until the buyers of today tire of alphanumeric designations and pine for the "good old days."
Well, at artandcolour, the good old days are here, lol. This stretched CTS coupe, a pillarless version with a notchback roofline, brings back the classic Coupe DeVille moniker. Just as the original 1949 Coupe DeVille for all intents and purposes brought pillarless hardtop styling to the masses, my 2011 version would introduce GM's first fully active suspension—electronically correcting for every possible movement of the body. I toyed with using rear fender skirts, but that was one retro step too far. At least for now. I can't say I'll be as restrained with the next Fleetwood Brougham or Sixty Special!