For those of you who are perhaps too young to remember, the Seville was a long-running nameplate in Cadillac's arsenal, which first appeared as a designation for the two-door hardtop version of the finned Eldorados built between 1959 and 1960.
A decade and-a-half latter, the Seville name reappeared on a standalone model supposedly created as the wreath and crest brand's answer to German imports from the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz, before it was replaced by the STS in 2005 and to some extent, the XTS just last year.
Despite the presence of the new XTS in the GM luxury brand's lineup, IED Turin graduate Samir Sadikhov, who gained fame with his stunning Xerzi concept that finished second in the 2011 Ferrari World Design Contest before heading for a year-long stint at Lamborghini, has come up with a new idea for a Cadillac full-size sedan.
It's named the C-Ville concept and it represents Sadikhov's vision of what a more athletic and slightly larger luxury sedan than the XTS could look like.
Sadikhov hasn't provided any additional thoughts on his conceptual project, but we guess the pictures speak for themselves, so float your mouse after the break to check them out in detail and let us know what you think about the C-Ville in the comments area.
Designer: Samir Sadikhov