March 29, 2005


Donald Trump to receive first Cadillac DTS executive limousine

Bob Lutz and Donald Trump
Bob Lutz (left) and Donald Trump. Click image to enlarge

New York, New York – Following its recent unveiling at the New York auto show, billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump will receive the first 2006 Cadillac DTS executive limousine, which will be available to the public later this year.

In January, U.S. president George W. Bush received delivery of the first 2006 DTS presidential limousine.

In a publicity event at the New York auto show, Trump received the keys from GM vice president Bob Lutz and Cadillac general manager Jim Taylor.

“Obviously, a man of Donald Trump’s status can choose any vehicle for his personal transportation,” Taylor said. “We’re excited that he has chosen the Cadillac DTS executive limousine to chauffeur him to appointments in and around New York.”

The limousine seats six passengers in the rear compartment and features a 22-inch LCD TV in the partition, XM Satellite Radio, wireless tablet PC, electronically-controlled doors in the burled elm consoles, writing table, refrigerator, magazine rack and humidor.

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