Cadillac Launches Hands-On “Truth + Dare” Event in Miami
Cadillac has historically hosted several hands-on events for automotive enthusiasts throughout the years. However, there has been a recent lull in these Cadillac-run events, with the last one held sometime back in 2014.
Now, Cadillac is reintroducing these series of hand-on events with its “Truth + Dare” program.
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Truth + Dare will allow enthusiasts to test some of the latest Cadillac vehicles in a controlled environment. Unlike at events held at dealerships, there is no pressure to buy one of these luxury vehicles.
The “Truth” aspect of the event concerns Cadillac’s latest active safety technology and driver assist systems. This includes the Cadillac Super Cruise semi-autonomous system, which is available with the Cadillac CT6.
As for the “Dare” component, Cadillac will showcase some of its most powerful vehicles at the event. Take the Cadillac CTS-V for instance. Its 6.2-liter V8 engine delivers 640 horsepower, making it the most powerful vehicle produced during Cadillac’s 114-year history.
Miami is the first major U.S. city to play host to one of these Cadillac Truth + Dare events. The event in Miami will be held this weakened, starting today and ending on Sunday.
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While the event is free and open to the public, it does require a form of registration beforehand. Interested parties can register for the event on this site, although entry is limited.
Of course, Miami will just be the first of many cities to host one of Cadillac’s new Truth + Dare events. Keep an eye out for news about the Truth + Dare program coming to a city near you.
News Source: Cadillac Society
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