3 things you didn't know about the Gucci Cadillac.
Here's one more reason why collective creations were never about one more car.
When brands and wheels get together, it certainly results in genuine and high-end approaches to boldness.
Back in 70's, Gucci and GM's Cadillac division gave rise to the 1979 Gucci Cadillac Seville — the ultimate edition of the car that would inspire the automotive design for years.
With full leather interiors and the Italian brand's signature printed fabric, Gucci Cadillac brought the Maison's double G along with their green and red stripes for an extra touch of refinement.
Created by Aldo Gucci, the machine was meant to represent a "rare possession of distinction, beauty, and ultimate luxury."
No doubt, it did. So keep scrolling for 3 aspects that define this classic:
It is believed that only 300 of these cars were ever produced. Wanna drive one? You'd better (work) be lucky to find it.
2. Prime Details
Gold double G on the wheels combined with the hood ornament, interior doors and premium upholstery. Believe it or not, we're still talking about the same car.
3. A car for all
The Cadillac x Gucci Seville got a version in Hot Wheels Unsleashed. This is probably the easiest way to have yours.
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