Classiq Designer Series—Featuring Wayne Kady
Clasiq sits down with retired General Motors Chief Designer for Cadillac, Wayne Kady. Kady is the man responsible for leading the redesign of the 1971 Cadillac Eldorado which replaced the previous model designed in ‘67. This was the first time since 1966 Cadillac produced a convertible model for the Eldorado. Hear his amazing fist hand insights into some of the design choices made that helped make the ninth generation Eldorado so prolific.
Video Credits: Julie Hyde-Edwards and Robert Edwards for making the videos possible, Clasiq for producing the series. Sponsored by Farmers Insurance.
Published on Dean’s Garage by permission by Charlie Rubin, Clasiq COO and Founder.
GM Designer Wayne Kady
Former Cadillac Chief Designer Wayne Kady talks about how important proportions are to the overall design of a car.
Love it or hate it, the Bustleback Seville happened. Some would say Wayne Kady is one of the men responsible for that particular design decision. Listen in on what he has to say about the Bustleback.