Cadillac has just one remaining front-drive vehicle, the DeVille sedan. It's been a sales leader for years, and other than the Escalade, it's the only Cadillac with a model name more than a few years old. For 2006, the Deville marque will fade, and a redesigned front-drive sedan will take its place. Cadillac's new DTS sedan is much more angular than the outgoing DeVille and more in keeping with the "Art & Science" Cadillac signature design theme, now familiar on the CTS and STS sedans. The headlamps are stacked vertically, as are the taillamps. While modern in appearance, both Cadillac design cues dating back to the 1960s. In a departure from recent offerings, there will be just one DTS exterior and one interior, but with differing option packages. Dual-firmness seats are reported to be comfortable yet supportive, and they offer an additional inch of seat travel. The instrument panel has been lowered and moved forward to give a feeling of more spaciousness. Genuine wood trim is available, along with nearly every high-tech comfort and convenience option imaginable. If you watched the inauguration for President Bush's second term in office, you likely saw that the President was the first to receive a 2006 Cadillac DTS, although the newest Presidential limousine is a little longer, wider, and heavier than the production sedan, which for the rest of us, will be on sale this fall. Click to watch the Cadillac DTS video.