1991 Cadillac Allante
Cadillac’s two-seater front wheel drive V8 powered luxury roadster was unlike anything else produced at the time. The chassis and drivetrain are Cadillac sourced while the bodies were built by renowned coachbuilder Pininfarina and flown to Detroit for assembly. Standard features included: power deckled pulldown, speed-sensitive suspension dampening system, variable-assist steering system, headlamp washers, Recaro seats, driver side airbag, leather wrapped steering wheel, tilt steering wheel, power mirrors, power memory seats, traction control, and more. New options added to the Allante in 1991 were a power latching convertible top and digital instrument cluster as standard.