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Thread: Cadillac Evoq

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    Here's a few pictures of the beautiful Cadillac Evoq that debuted @ the NAIAS in Detroit in '99. It would later become the '04 XLR.







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    What is the second picture of... looks like a camera lens??
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtrocket View Post
    What is the second picture of... looks like a camera lens??

    You will notice that the Evoq did not have rear-view mirrors mounted on the doors. This camera was most probably for the rear-view screen on the console. I don't know where it was supposed to be mounted.

    You will also notice a single sensor mounted in the center of the lower front valance. It was to be the infared sensor for the "night vision".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimson Pearl View Post
    You will notice that the Evoq did not have rear-view mirrors mounted on the doors. This camera was most probably for the rear-view screen on the console. I don't know where it was supposed to be mounted.

    You will also notice a single sensor mounted in the center of the lower front valance. It was to be the infared sensor for the "night vision".
    Thanks... interesting. I don't remember reading anything about the rear view screen in my XLR book.
    I was, in fact, also wondering about the sensor in the center of the lower valance... thanks for reading my mind
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