A new Cadillac debuted over the weekend; however, don't expect to find it in dealer showrooms.
President Donald Trump on Sunday traveled in a new Cadillac-badged presidential limousine -- the first redesign of the commander in chief's primary ride since Barack Obama's limo debuted for his inauguration parade in 2009.
The presidential limo, known as "Cadillac One" or "the Beast," is sleeker than Obama's and more in line with Cadillac's current design language, which was inspired by the Escala concept from 2016.
Exterior features include a large grated grille with a floating Cadillac emblem, large vertical taillights and Escalade-like headlamps.
A Cadillac spokesman declined to comment on the vehicle, referring questions to the U.S. Secret Service. The federal agency said the "new armored limousine made its debut within the U.S. Secret Service presidential limo fleet" on Sept. 17 -- a week before the first reported public sighting.
"This vehicle, a 2018 Cadillac, continues the Secret Service's legacy of providing state-of-the-art technology and performance to its protective mission," a spokeswoman for the federal agency said.