Hot Wheels Cadillac Seville

For the 1980 model year, Cadillac introduced the restyled, second generation Seville. Its  K-body platform became front-wheel drive, The new model featured independent rear suspension and was the first American car to have a standard diesel engine, which had carried over from the previous generation. Cadillac's new 368 cu in (6.0 L) L62 V8 with Digital Fuel Injection was a no-cost option except in California, where the fuel-injected Oldsmobile 350 remained available, also as a no-cost option.

The bustle-back rear styling revived a Cadillac flourish from the 1930s, as on the Cadillac Series 70 of 1935.
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