1980 Chicago Auto Show - An all-new Seville sedan, sitting on a raised platform, dominates this scene at Cadillac's exhibit space. Billed as "quite possibly the most distinctive car in the world today," the restyled Seville featured a "bustleback" profile with a humped trunk lid. This example has two-tone paint and a sunroof. A diesel engine was standard, with gasoline V-8 an option. The back half of an Eldorado coupe can be seen behind the Seville.