Eldorado Instrument Panel features more padding for 1968, with controls designed to reduce injury in the
event of an accident. This panel was very well laid out for driver and front passenger convenience.
472 Cubic Inch V-8 Engine (375 Horsepower) New for '68
Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission
Power Front Disc Brakes New for '68
Automatic Parking Brake Release
Variable Ratio Power Steering
Front Center Armrest
Ash Trays, Dual Front and Rear (On Rear of Door Armrest) Cigarette Lighters, Dual Front and Rear (On Rear of Door
Power Front Seat Adjustment, Horizontal
- Front Ash Receiver
- Dual Backup
- Rear Compartment
- Courtesy (Automatic)
- Directional Indicators
- Front and Rear Side Markers (New for '68)
- Glove Box (Automatic)
- Luggage Compartment (Automatic)
Inside 2-Way Mirror with Padded Rim
Outside Left-Hand Remote Control Mirror
Padded Instrument Panel with Low-Profile Controls
Illuminated Safety Warning Lights and Reflectors in Door
Seat Belts, Retractable on Outboard Sides, Front and Rear
Power Rear Quarter Windows
Heater and Defroster
Visor Vanity Mirror
Dual Padded Sun Visors
Windshield Washer and Concealed Wipers New for '68
Retractable Headlamp Grill Doors
Front Disc Brakes provided improved stopping performance in 1968. Cadillac was criticized in 1967 for ineffective brakes on the Eldorado.
Door Power Control Panel features (top to bottom): Outside Left-Hand Remote Control Mirror, Power Window Lock and Emergency By-Pass Control, and Power Window Controls.
Eldorado Headlamp Doors slide beneath the dual headlamp assembly when lights are on, close flush and even with grill when lights are not used.