Cadillac Allanté 1993 Luxurious Two-Door Design – The Cadillac Allanté is a two-door luxury roadster, with two seats manufactured by Cadillac from 1987 to 1993. With a Cadillac chassis and bodybuilding equipment built in Italy by coachbuilder Pininfarina. The Cadillac Allanté was introduced in early 1992 for the 1993 model, Allanté was relegated to only one model in 1993. Convertible soft-top, removable hardtop aluminum became a separate choice. As optional is a chrome squeeze-cast aluminum wheel.
For the last year model, the Cadillac Allanté with a 4.6 L (280.7 cu in) Northstar DOHC V8 engine. It was rated at 295 hp (220 kW) at 5600 rpm. Torque output is 290 ft⋅lb (390 N⋅m) at 4400 rpm. Unbalanced arm suspension rear suspension, along with Sevilla and Eldorado, was also introduced that year. Also new to the small Cadillac are Road Sensing Suspension, active damper management systems, and revised disc brakes. Cadillac Allanté 1993 used the “Sound Symphony Sound System” GM Delco. Other changes to the Cadillac Allanté include a revised variable-aid power steering rack, a deeper front spoiler, and a one-piece side window, which eliminates stationary ventilation windows going forward.
Cadillac Allanté 1993