2011 Cadillac Ciel Concept

During the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance held at Pebble Beach, California, the new 2011 Cadillac Ciel was unveiled as one of the elegant design concept cars from General Motors developed by North Hollywood Design Center. The annual prestigious automotive event was organized in 1950, sponsored by the Sport Car Club of America.

This four-seat convertible concept car derived its name from a French word, which means sky. Its magnificent design gives you more space or leg room and luxury experience of enjoying an open air touring either for pleasures or leisure journey.


A cruise on the Ciel gives you accelerating power aided by a 3.6-liter V6 direct injection engine that could produce up to 425 horsepower and combined with an advance hybrid technology generated by its lithium-ion battery. Its 125 inch wheelbase uses a 22” alloy rims and brake motors made from carbon ceramic materials.

Exterior & Interior

The Ciel’s exterior is crafted without a glitch with visible accented body colors. The interior is complemented with handcrafted leather, machined alloy accessories and stylish olivewood panels. The display panel and control system are arranged with simplicity and base from its hierarchy. Its lighting system is fitted with and LED type headlamps and tail-lamps, which include a running light graphic design for daytime use.

The new 2011 Cadillac Ciel’s is a unique experience with the style of craftsmanship redefining the classic spirit of the driver at the modern era of car technology.


General Info
Vehicle Type: Convertible Est. Market Price: NA
Length: 203.7 in. (517 cm) Wheel Base: 125 in. (317.5 cm)
Engine: 3.6-liter Twin Turbo V6 Horsepower: 425 HP
Torque: 430 lb-ft Transmission: Hybrid