The 1948 Cadillac Madam V coupe has been designed by Ringbrothers; comes blending a total of four cars
Restomod jobs are surely favourite for many car enthusiasts, but have you ever heard about four being torn apart to create one masterpiece. Yes, here is one 1948 Cadillac Madam V coupe, which actually is a 2016 Cadillac ATS-V with the skin of a vintage beauty.
Created by the Ringbrothers, the 1948 Cadillac Madam V coupe actually comes with the blend of four cars, which include two 1948 fastback coupes, one 2015 ATS-V and one 2016 ATS-V. No wonder, it was a very complicated restomod job, the customisation shop has executed, but the result is certainly worth of appreciating.
As the customisation shop reveals, the two new ATS-Vs were stripped to their bare bones and the 2016 model’s chassis was stretched by 14-inches. As the shop wanted the Cadillac Madam V to look like that it has just came out of the factory, the entire car appears modified. Extensive amount of carbon fibre has been made in making the old beauty.
While the front grille certainly bears the signature Cadillac style, the round headlamps, hood and the overall front fascia give the car a very well crafted retro look. The shiny Black carbon fibre elements are visible highlighting the front grille and the bumper. Painted in white the coupe portrays an old school charm, while little bit of modern elements remind us, that beneath the vintage shell lies a modern day car. Inside the Black themed cabin, it sports a luxurious new-age design along with all the modern features.
Moving to the rear, it gets a swooping old-school boot, while the taillights also come sporting the vintage look. The four chrome tipped round exhausts hint about the power-packed six-cylinder engine sitting underneath the bonnet. However, the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V uses a V6 engine paired with an automatic gearbox, capable of producing 464 hp of peak power and 603 Nm of peak torque. It can run at a top speed of 304 kmph, with capability to reach 0-97 kmph in 3.7 seconds.