|Engine||8 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Front wheel drive|
Cadillac redesigned its full-size front-drive sedan for the 2000 model year by softening its shape and making it the first car to offer Night Vision. Employing infrared, heat-sensing technology, Night Vision projects images of the road ahead and sends them via a head-up display onto the windshield. In its current form, the DeVille has been the best-selling luxury sedan in the U.S. market. An advanced DVD-based navigation system is available for 2002, and an XM satellite radio will arrive later in the model year. The DeVille displays Cadillac?s revised wreath-and-crest badging, and this model gains dual-stage airbags and express-up-down front windows. A 4.6-liter V-8 engine produces 275 horsepower in the base and DHS models or 300 hp in the DTS sedan. The DHS and DTS sedans feature optional voice-operated services such as navigation assistance, downloading and listening to e-mail, and serving as an infrared port for Palm Pilots and other personal digital assistants. Web-browsing and e-mail capabilities are disabled unless the car is stopped.
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