Though the investment required for the Calais is the most modest of any Cadillac series, it returns a full quota of Cadillac pleasure and value.
The fine fabrics and many luxurious appointments - such as center armrests and tailored door panels -
display the same high regard for craftsmanship as in the most sumptuous Cadillac models. Its performance, because it comes from the same great 472 V-8 engine,
is uniquely Cadillac. Numerous convenience features, customarily at extra cost on lesser cars, are standard on Calais - features such as the electric cloek,
remote-control outside mirror and the automatic parking brake release. In original cost, in economy of operation, in long-lasting value,
you'll find that the 1970 Calais is an extraordinary investment in motoring pleasure. And because it is a Cadillac, it returns a larger proportion of that
investment than any other car built in the land.
The Calais Hardtop Sedan interior, shown in Medium Gold Dorian cloth with Sierra grain vinyl trim, has all the appeal of Cadillac elegance, as have the
five other colors in this material. Equally luxurious are the soft, all-vinyl interiors in Black or Antique Medium Beige.