It seems to be attracting similar comments to its big-eyed predecessor, and I can see why. Whether you like or loathe the S-Type, and I fall into the first category, it's difficult to criticise its road presence.
The car, Cadillac’s new CTS, due to launch in the UK next summer, got plenty of stares in sleepy Portuguese villages and proved most fun in sports mode, when I felt a little like a (bad) racing driver.
Britain’s a small island, and one which is often criticised by petrolheads for being increasingly motorist unfriendly. They’ve got a point, too. Congestion, petrol prices, speed cameras, speed humps, congestion charging, the list goes on.
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