The lineup again consisted of Coupe DeVille, Sedan DeVille, and Touring Sedan (deVille).
All were again powered by the 4.9-liter V-8 mated to the 4T60-E electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
The DeVille’s V-8 received platinum tipped spark plugs with a 100,000-mile replacement interval as standard equipment.
Other new standard items (formerly offered as optional equipment) were an electrochromic automatic day/night inside rearview mirror, six-way power adjuster for the front passenger seat, and front and rear carpeted floor mats.
New options included brake-only traction control (available only with Computer Command Ride), which regulated tire spin during acceleration; driver’s side electrochromic outside rearview mirror; and Delco-Bose Gold Series CD sound system.
New deVille features included six exterior colors: Slate Green, Light Beige (monotone only), Taupe, Autumn Brown, Academy Gray, and Dark Plum; three new lower accent molding colors: Light Beige, Academy Gray, and Dark Plum; and three new interior colors: Light Gray, Neutral, and Taupe.
Other changes included revised seating in the Touring Sedan consisting of new split-frame Dual Comfort front seats trimmed in Beechwood leather with six-way power adjusters and power recliners and manual headrests.
The rear seat was also redesigned and now featured two individual headrests.
The deVille’s throttle position sensor and throttle body design were upgraded to provide improved throttle feel.
Also, DeVille’s exhaust system featured new 2.5-inch diameter pipe and revised pipe routing.
The Touring Sedan featured wide, chrome-plated bodyside molding with “Touring Sedan” identification located on the forward edge of the front doors; body-color front and rear fascia and body-color “sport” door handles.
Only monotone color choices were available on the Touring Sedan, including five new colors: Slate Green, Light Beige, Royal Maroon, Academy Gray, and Dark Plum, and a vinyl top could not be ordered.
A quicker 17:1 steering gear was exclusive to the Touring Sedan as were specific 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels with a distinctive wreath-and-crest center cap, Goodyear GA P215/60R16 tires were standard equipment.
The 1992 Cadillac had a 17-symbol vehicle identification number (VIN) stamped on a metal tag attached to the upper left surface of the cowl visible through the windshield. The digits of the code were as follows:
First digit = “1” = manufacturing country (United States)
Second = “G” = General Motors
Third = “6” = Cadillac
Fourth & fifth = car line/series
C/T=DeVille Touring Sedan
Sixth = the body style:
1 = two-door coupe/sedan
5 = four-door sedan
Seventh = the restraint code:
1 = active (manual) belts
2 = active (manual) belts w/dual airbags
3 = active (manual) belts w/driver’s side airbag
4 = passive (automatic) belts
5 = passive (automatic) belts w/driver’s side airbag
Eighth = the engine: “B”-L26 4.9L V-8
Ninth = check digit
10th = model year, “N” for 1992
11th = the assembly plant
The remaining six digits identify the production sequence number
8,423 (deVille & Fleetwood coupe production)
133,808 (deVille & Fleetwood sedan production)
4-dr. Tour sed.
90-degree, overhead valve V-8
Aluminum block with cast iron cylinder liners. cast iron cylinder heads