Overall sales were down in
1991, therefore, the Cadillac models for 1992 were meant to intrigue Cadillac customers, as well as boost sales growth. First, Cadillac finally decided to change the look of the 1992 Cadillac Brougham, which had not had any major facelifts since the seventies. This new look included a new improved base coat and clear coat; which dramatically increased the appearance of the Brougham.
The Cadillac DeVille was offered once again as a Coupe DeVille, Sedan DeVille, and the Touring Sedan. However, big changes were made in the Seville
and Eldorado this year.
The interior and exterior of both these models were changes dramatically. The overall length of the Eldorado increased by nearly 11 inches, as well as itís
overall width increasing to 74.8 inches. It was longer and leaner, like the Eldorado from years past. New windshields, as well as larger door windows were
also standard in the Eldorado, as well.
Although, the changes made to the 1992 Cadillac Seville were somewhat the same as the Eldorado, make no mistake, these two vehicles were distinctly
different. The Seville had a rounded body structure, while the Eldoradoís body structure was more pointed and angular.
However, the Seville too grew dramatically in length, as well, in fact, over 13 overall inches larger than the previous year. Both vehicles utilized the 4.9
liter V-8 engine that was introduced the previous year, however, it seemed the exterior changes that were made in 1992 were received well.
The 1992 Cadillac Allante was basically unchanged from the previous year, however, the 1993 all new convertible Allante actually was introduced in the spring of 1992. Despite Cadillacís efforts, sales were still quiet low, however, the overall sales and production were up from the previous year by nearly 10,000.