In 1956 Cadillac extended their top-of-line Eldorado name to a new Coupe called the Seville. Short for ‘Sedan de Ville’, it was a remodeled version of the Series 62 Hardtop with an extensive trim package and new rear bodywork.
The distinguishing trait of the 1955 Seville was it’s pointed rear tail fins that were exclusive to this model and the Eldorado Biarritz. The engine was also upgraded to produce more power.
An extensive trim package came with the Seville that included a pointed hood mascot in 1956. Furthermore they received polished aluminum Sabre-spoke wheels, optional gold trim and ‘Seville’ script on the fenders. Inside, the interior was well appointed with leather interior or a unique mix of pattern metallic nylon with
leather bolsters and trim.