Cadillac Suede Leather Seat Inserts mean better Cornering

Split leather is leather created from the fibrous part of the hide left once the top-grain of the rawhide has been separated from the hide.

Suede Leather is split leather that has been brushed to create a fuzzy or napped surface.  A suede surface in a car seat provides more friction and keeps the driver or passenger in the seat.

The V-Series Cadillacs bring world class acceleration and cornering ability, and it becomes increasingly important to keep the driver in control of the vehicle dynamics.

2008 STS-V Suede Seat center inserts

Cadillac has been using suede leather center inserts in the V-Series seats as an esthetically pleasing, attractive and simple way to keep you in your seat.

The closer one examines the thoughtful engineering built in to Cadillac automobiles, the more desirable they become.

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