From the luxuriously full-size Escalade to the incredibly sporty ATS-V, Cadillacs are icons of the road. But did you know that Cadillac is America’s oldest surviving auto brand? And this year at the 15th annual La Jolla Concours d’Elegance autoshow, you have a chance to see vintage luxury Cadillacs dating all the way back to 1901.
The Concours d’Elegance is one of the biggest and best-known vintage luxury car shows in the world, featuring some of the most beautiful automobiles ever produced. This year’s showcase will be extra special, with a huge variety of impeccably-preserved vintage Cadillacs being featured, including 1930-1940 V16 models and 1931-1937 V12 models. If you’ve ever been interested in witnessing the origins of so many of the most popular luxury Cadillac models on the road today, the Concours d’Elegance show will certainly be worth the trip — though the rest of us might have to enjoy it retrospectively, via photos posted after the show.
Visitors will be able to check out more than 130 cars from virtually all eras of automotive history. Tickets are already on sale for the show, which runs from April 12-14 on the La Jolla Cove lawn in beautiful La Jolla, San Diego.
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