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Cadillac was one of the first automobile manufacturers to establish themselves in the global market – though they might challenge that description.
Like the company’s mantra dictates: “Cars are made, not manufactured.”
The distinction may not be apparent. But it basically means Cadillac puts extreme care in crafting every piece of every machine they build.
For decades, this has earned them the love of the American public – and perhaps it’ll earn them a place in your Sims 4 save file.
From classic icons like the Eldorado, to modern titans like the Escalade ESV, these are the best Cadillac vehicles you can own in The Sims 4.
1. Retro Cadillac Eldorado
First up, we’re looking at a beautiful Cadillac Eldorado from sometime around the late 50s.
This family of cars is iconic of a bygone era where color and colossal tailfins were king.
These cars evoke the luxury and leisure Americans allowed themselves to dream of after overcoming the hard times of WWII.
I love this CC set because these cars really nail the base Maxis Match aesthetic to a T.
They’ve got that somewhat plastic-y look that characterizes The Sims 4’s cartoony graphics.
2. Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado Convertible (1953)
If you love the classic Cadillac but can’t stand garish bright colors, consider this Series 62 convertible – available in a wide variety of pastel tones.
The Series 62 had been around since 1940, but the new post-war models brought a turn toward a more casual, juvenile design from 1948 onward.
Brighter colors were back in style, and luxurious-looking machines like the Series 62 became a symbol of the new America.
The year 1953 also marks the birth of the Eldorado – originally a special edition of the Cadillac Series 62 that would become its own famous auto family.
3. Cadillac Fleetwood Hearse (1985)
Vampires need cars just as much as regular Sims, if not more.
It’s hard to find public transportation at night – and vampires still need to go to work or hunt for dinner.
Moreover, vampires are fond of traveling. And owning a car makes it more accessible.
This Cadillac Fleetwood hearse from 1985 is the perfect transportation for the residents of the night.
Other vampires may find it cheeky to drive a hearse as an undead, but you can’t argue with how convenient it is to take your coffin on the go.
You could even live out of your hearse if something terrible happened and you lost your vampire lair. Definitely a wise investment.
4. Cadillac Escalade (2021)
If you liked the extra space on the hearse but your Sims are too, er, alive for it, maybe consider the Cadillac Escalade.
It’s hard to understate how much power you project when driving this full-size SUV.
It simply screams “big money,” making it perfect to represent your company whenever you arrive at a business meeting.
I’m talking like the owner will be a top-tier businessman because this car can go upwards of $85,000 USD in real life (I can’t imagine the cost in Simoleons).
It just wouldn’t look realistic in front of a struggling artist’s house.
5. Cadillac Escalade ESV (2018)
The Escalade ESV – or Extended Stretch Vehicle – is an even longer & larger version of this Cadillac SUV.
This is the kind of vehicle you want when your entire extended family lives under your roof.
You can fit parents, kids, the nanny, grandparents, and you’ll still have some space for luggage.
The 2018 version retains the bold, chromed front grille, replaced by a black grille for the new fifth-generation Escalade starting in 2021.
This CC set includes nine beautiful colors to customize your ESV.
6. Cadillac ATS (2013)
Next up, we’ve got the first-generation Cadillac ATS, which began production in 2012 as the company’s answer to the BMW M3.
The M3 had dominated the luxury-oriented compact sedan market for the past few years, and General Motors wanted a slice of the pie.
One of its major selling points was simply being different from the many BMWs crowding the streets.
The ATS is about the same size as the M3, but the Cadillac projects a more imposing image with a slightly boxier build.
This is the perfect machine for a Sim who cares more about performance and reliability than owning the latest car for social clout.
7. Cadillac CT5 (2021)
Sims who like to keep up with the times can’t go wrong with the Cadillac CT5 – the American manufacturer’s athletic and sophisticated mid-size luxury sedan.
My favorite part about the CT5 is its expressive design and beautiful aerodynamic lines.
The fastback version harkens back to Cadillac’s pre-1950 models, which gives the CT5 a distinctive classic appeal.
It’s the kind of car you don’t mind overtaking you on the highway because of how majestic it looks blazing past.
8. Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (1959)
What started as a spin-off of the Series 62 in 1953 became a well-known car series by 1959 when the fourth-generation Cadillac Eldorado began hitting the streets.
The Spanish term “El Dorado” translates to “the golden/gilded one”.
And the 1959 Eldorado Biarritz definitely lived up to its namesake.
Everything about this car screams luxury.
The chrome and sharp tailfins were flashy for sure, but the jewel-like pattern of the grille was – to put it in modern terms – drippin’.
This is the kind of car you’d picture Audrey Hepburn driving to her favorite Sunday spot for brunch with her girlfriends.