Published on March 29th, 2015 | by BajaBusta0
2000 Cadillac DTS Test Drive
You’d See further into the next millennium from the drivers seat of the DeVille and Deville Concours, at least at night, anyway. With the first ever optional application of automotive night vision, you were able to pick out hazards beyond the reach of the typical headlights when the sun went down. Other technotreats were ultrasonic rear parking assist, massaging lumbar seats and the OnStar System filled out the DeVille’s equipment list. Power came from the familiar 4.6 liter DOHC Northstar V-8, in the Deville, it made 275 horsepower, while in the Concours, power jumped to 300 horses.