Cadillac has been a leading luxury auto brand since 1902. Coupled with the experience and integrity of Lehmann-Peterson's years of master coachbuilding, the XTS-L embodies the comfort, safety and performance sought by private owners and business class livery services.
In 1979, in efforts to assure the public and prove that his stretch limousines were even safer than a normal car, Earle F. Moloney directed a crash test of his Cadillac limousine into a barrier wall at 31 mph. The results of this crash test exceeded industry safety standards even suprised Cadillac Engineers. Today, Lehmann-Peterson implements the same all-steel construction methods.
In recent years, Cadillac has engineered a historic renaissance led by artful engineering and advanced safety technology.
Beyond the added interior space provided in the Cadillac XTS-L Long Door Sedan, perhaps the next best feature of this vehicle is that Lehmann-Peterson has maintained the five Star Safety rating which is standard in the Cadillac XTS. This is achieved by implementing all-steel construction using zero plastic and/or fillers.