In 1987, Cadillac introduced the Allante (pronounced “ah-lon-tay”) to bring back its old glory as the leading manufacturer of luxury vehicles in the world. The Cadillac Allante signaled the entry of the American automaker in the luxury roadster industry, with more than 20,000 units produced in seven years.
The Cadillac Allante uses the same 4.1-liter V8 engine as other Cadillac models, though its powertain is one of a kind. The Allante is a front-wheel drive, which is rare among other expensive sports cars.
Cadillac invested a lot in the bodywork of the Allante, which was originally called the Callisto. Designed and built in Italy, the bodies of this Cadillac model were shipped 3,300 miles via plane to the company’s assembly plant in Michigan. There, the bodies were assembled with the chassis. That’s why the Cadillac Allante has earned a few interesting monikers such as “the world’s longest assembly line” and “the flying Italian Cadillac.”
Estimated Price Range for Used Cadillac Allante: $2,000-$30,000
Estimated MPG for Cadillac Allante: 17 City/22 Hwy
Available Trims: base
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