A digital Cadillac STS looks swanky in Satin Gunmetal Gray and sits lower than ever before

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 17 Aug, 2022

The latest cringe-worthy news - yet again - has caused us to ponder - once again - what has happened to this crazy automotive world that we live in, leaving us to wonder what has happened to it.

The one thing we hope for is that when the ICE-powered Dodge Challenger and Charger bow out, they will also reemerge as electric cars that are stronger than ever.

We would also like to wish that GM would finally make up its mind about what it will do with the next Camaro - will it be an electric vehicle, a sedan, a crossover SUV or something else?

We see crossovers, SUVs, and trucks every day - we just saw the 2023 Chevy Silverado ZR2 Bison, Dodge Hornet, and Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat return, among others.

What do you think of something that has been gradually losing favor, like sedans, especially older ones, that are gradually disappearing from the market?

At least according to Abimelech Arellano, the virtual artist who is better known on social media by her username abimelecdesign, the answer is yes - at least as far as Abimelech Arellano is concerned.

The latest quick CGI project focuses on the mid-size four-door luxury saloon Cadillac STS from 2005 to 2011MY and its famed 32V Northstar engine.

With this new take on the digital STS matter, the team has been able to keep it both subtle and feisty with a few key modifications, aka 'the right touches' as they call them.

The latest update to the car begins with a stunning Satin Gunmetal Gray paint job that truly brings out the beauty of the chrome detailing throughout.

A lowered suspension setup gives the car a properly slammed attitude, and Toyo's grippy R888 rubber shod HRE Performance Wheels S101 completes the look. Does it get a CGI hall pass, or not?

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