2010 Cadillac XLR was a retractable hardtop convertible that was marketed by Cadillac division of GM and it was intended to be the brand’s flagship sports car.
Spotlight on 2010 XLR
Manufactured from 2004-2009, XLR is a classic piece from Cadillac. Due to stiff completion and inflexible price tags, it failed to get the expected recognition.
XLR shares much of its features with the current Corvette that seems to perform like a sports car.
Engine Specs and Performance
XLR is powered by a 4.6L 4-cam V8 engine that generates 320 horsepower. There is no manual transmission option provided. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in around 6 seconds, which is quite fast for a car in its segment.
Exterior and Interior
2010 XLR is a handsome car with sharp edged exterior styling and an attractive interior made up of Eucalyptus wood & real aluminium accents.
The standard retractable hardtop offers all the security and comfort of a coupe when its top is up. If the top is cleanly stowed, then it provides a full open-air experience of a roadster.
Typically, 2010 cadillac XLR was listed in the range of $76,000 – $86,000; however, it is an example of low mileage option.
Cadillac has ended production of XLR after 2010 model year.