Cadillac Cien Concept 

  • 2002
  • 750 HP 7.5L
 
The body and chassis are made of carbon fiber composite that is lightweight and stiff.
by www.supercars.net
Inspired by the latest F-22 Stealth fighter aircraft, Cien's body and monocoque chassis were produced from carbon fiber composite, a direct derivative of race car technology.
by Car & Driver News (Jan, 2002)

Data points Key details of the Cadillac Cien Concept

Horsepower

Cien Concept
750 HP

Torque

Cien Concept
450 ft-lb
ME Four-Twelve
850 ft-lb

In The News From around the web

10
Dec

Cadillac Cien Concept

www.supercars.net
Trapezoidal air inlets are milled into the front-end surface graphically forming Cadillac's shield-like grille along with the centrally mounted badge.
Functional side air intake and exhaust vents lay flush with the surface of the car, opening up as required.
1
Feb

Cadillac Cien

by RON KIINO |
Car & Driver News
Auto Shows arrow Cadillac Cien 2002 Chicago Auto Show Named to commemorate Cadillac's 100th anniversary in 2002, the Cien (Spanish for "100") illustrates Cadillac's fusion of design and technology in a modern mid-engine, two-seat supercar.
1
Jan

Cadillac Cien

Car & Driver News
The V-12 is mated to a semi-automatic transmission, controlled by Formula 1-inspired column-mounted electronic paddles.
Inspired by the latest F-22 Stealth fighter aircraft, Cien's body and monocoque chassis were produced from carbon fiber composite, a direct derivative of race car technology.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Cadillac
Year 2002

transmission

Drivetrain RWD
Shift system Semi-automatic
Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Maximum hp 750 HP
Maximum torque 450 ft-lb
Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Displacement 7,500 cc
Cylinders V12
Fuels Gas
Valvetrain DOHC
Valves per cylinder 4 valves

physical dimensions

Width 77.8 in
Height 46.1 in
Length 175.5 in
Front track width 68 in
Wheelbase 108.3 in
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