Longitudinal, in center pointed on each other (X-frame)
Approx. 2270 kg + driver
Approx. 190 km/h
Approx. 7400 $
The car goes down into automotive history together with the El Dorado saloon because of its complete equipment:
Electric softtop Electric door lock system and luggage space Electrical windows Electrical antenna Radio station search Electrical (body-contoured) seats (6 way) Automatic switch off high beam at oncoming trafficCruise control Tinted windows Air conditioning, heating White wall tires Fog lights center> p>
The problem is the driving behavior, because one combined a soft suspension and for this time extremely powerful performances. The chassis is not only unsafe, with its air suspension it is also interference-prone, therefore it is replaced at many still existing cars by a coil spring.
Actually, the El Dorado of the Spanish language is the 'golden land' in South America. Transferred to General Motors, the model indicates a golden decade. The car abounds with industrial and stylish pride. Nearly six feet (even 7-feet versions may have) with lots of chrome in front and and clear affinities with jets rear, it has put any restraint. Even in the price, that is about three times as high as that of a 'normal' American road cruiser. To escalate this is not possible. On the contrary, subsequent models are slowly back to senses.