New York, home of the limo service, was the perfect place for Cadillac to introduce stretched versions of its recently freshened DTS luxury sedan and its monster ESV truck.
The DTS limo has a seventy-inch longer wheelbase than the stock DTS--yep, that's right, nearly six feet longer, perfect for party animals. This show limo is outfitted so comprehensively, we wouldn't be surprised if the six rear-seat occupants stayed inside and didn't bother to attend the prom/bachelorette party/binge of their choice. Out back, the limo features a 22-inch LCD TV, tablet PC, DVD player, wireless headphones, and premium sound system. The forward facing rear seat reclines--perfect for a private lap dancing show--and there is a humidor and fridge for those all-important ice cold beverages.
The 'e' in ESVe stands for executive, although we suspect that most of the buyers will be using it as a floating party palace. As if an ESV wasn't gargantuan enough, a 40-inch extension takes the wheelbase to 170 inches, a bit like Ron Jeremy deciding that his manhood needs augmenting.
Somewhat out of keeping with its executive pretensions, Cadillac fitted this one with a 26-inch LCD TV for forward facing passengers and a 15-incher for rear facing riders, while an embedded satellite TV system and fourteen-speaker surround sound system will ensure that pro athletes never miss their highlights on Sportscenter and that music stars can impress their friends with their latest cuts, played loud. There is a fridge, tablet PC, fax and printer, reclining rear seats, and polished aluminum and walnut tables for each seating position. In case all the work or play gets you down, rear-seat riders can see what's happening on the road via a seven-inch LCD screen in the rear console. Very bling!