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    I found this concept future XLR. Maybe GM will reconsider building a new version XLR in the future. If so, this would be a good start!

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    Hey


    Yep, seen that before. My take? Not impressed at all. Looks like more of a melding of styling so prevalent today, but that may be what automotive design has become. Don't see anything stunning about it. Minus the badging, is it a Cadillac or a Toyota or .......

    My take

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    To me it looks like the front of the New Blazer..Its OK i guess, but I'm sure it would not be within reach....You think GM will make parts for it?? That one could afford??
    Just sayin

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    Hmmph. Kind of Audi R8 imho so lacking a bit of originality.

    I stumbled upon the 2002 concept 'Cien' and if I had the means...without a question. I think it retains that 'edge' (literally) that the XLR has and I think it's stunning. Stunningly different yet really, somehow still saying XLR if that makes any sense.

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    I read somewhere that whatever they choose to do, the price could get up to a quarter-million all dressed, so I guess I'll just admire from a distance.

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    Cadillac building another XLR type roadster

    The thought reminds me of that great Aerosmith song:
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    Dream on
    Dream on
    Dream on
    Dream until your dreams come true



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    FWIW I could see myself driving the first concept pictured more than the second.

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    Cadillac won't get another roadster until real car guys/girls are back at the helm at GM.

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    I heard the price is $149,000. WOW?!!!

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