About Cadillac Allante
The Cadillac Allante is a roadster with two seats and two doors that were first introduced as a 1987 model product. The vehicle is manufactured mainly by Cadillac, General Motors, and Pininfarina. The model years of the Allante are from 1987 to 1993. It was designed as an aspirational model to remain Cadillac's position in the luxury car market. It gained much popularity thanks to its great parts. The Allante is primarily assembled in the San Giorgio Canavese, Italy, and the Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly in Detroit, Michigan.
The Cadillac Allante belongs to the luxury roadster in terms of car classification. And the car body style it adopts is a 2-door convertible. In automotive design, the Allante uses a front-engine transversely-mounted/front-wheel-driven design. It is armed with a twin-cylinder two-stroke engine. It uses the General Motors V platform as its car platform. As for the dimensions, from 1987 to 1989, the auto is 178.6 inches in length, 73.5 inches in width and 52.2 inches in height. The later version has a moderate change compared with this version. The wheelbase of the Allante is 2,525 mm and it has a curb weight of 3,720 lb (1,690 kg).
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The Allante has long been regarded as one of the best-selling models under the Cadillac brand thanks to its high-quality classic parts and excellent exterior design. All the OEM parts for the Allante have gone through a wide range of generational changes for better and perfect performance. From 1987 to 1993, the parts of engines have been changed from 4.1 L HT-4100 V8 (1987-1988), 4.5 L LW2 V8 (1989-1992), to 4.6 L L37 Northstar V8 (1993). Similarly, the 4-speed F-7 automatic transmission adopted from 1987 to 1992 was later upgraded to a 4-speed 4T80-E automatic one in 1993.
The Allante can be said to help Cadillac achieve the transition into the nineties, offering a taste of sporty performance alongside the silky smoothness. This car is a great combination of both elegant style and modern taste. Thanks to its solid and refined accessory parts and other classic components, the vehicle has built itself a high reputation among drivers and retailers. In the future, with its pleasant out-looking and reliable performance, the Allante is bound to remain its status as a Cadillac knock-put product in the roadster industry.