No longer using the Fleetwood name. the Sixty Special’s refinements were in line with those of the DeVille series.
Already employing speed sensitive suspension and traction control as standard fare, the Sixty Special added speed sensitive steering to the list.
Front end styling was revised with a “bolder” appearing grille.
Inside front seating was a 45/55 design for the driver and two front passengers.
The new styled seats featured French stitching and included front dual comfort, six-way power seat adjusters, manual recliners, adjustable headrest, and seatback pockets.
An Ultra Seating Package was optional, and included a split frame design that allowed for adjustment of the lower seat cushion independently of the seatback.
A trunk convenience net was a new standard item on the Sixty Special. The net mounted transversely across the trunk compartment to secure items from rolling or sliding.
Pass-Key II anti-theft system was also a standard feature.
The 1993 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/B = Sixty Special
Sixth = the body style: 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, “P” for 1993
11th = the assembly plant
The remaining six digits identify the production sequence number
125,963 (Both the deVille and Sixty Special totals are included in this figure)