The Italian bodyshop Pininfarina produced two convertibles and two coupes for Cadillac. The design was clearly as smooth-surfaced as the former Cadillac concept vehicles.
The grille with thin, horizontal chrome bars stretched across the entire width of the vehicle. For style, dual headlights sat under which rectangular indicator set into the grille. The vehicle's front and rear ends were tilted forward, the tail fins sticking out high. The spoked wheels, wearing whitewall tires .