Indie Auto recently published an article on Wayne Kady at a recent event at Savoy. Read the full article here.

In a recent interview, Wayne Kady was hesitant to name his favorite car design among those he had worked on during a 38-year stint at General Motors, saying that was like picking a favorite child. However, he ultimately pointed to the 1971 Cadillac Eldorado.

This was partly because the second-generation Eldorado was “the first car that I was responsible for,” Kady told moderator Ken Gross at a Savoy Automobile Museum (2024) event in Georgia. His challenge as chief designer was to “make a car with what we had to work with.”