As Cadillac appears poised to go in a bit of a different direction, they will look to capitalize on a new opportunity.
Some of the brands that we’ve known and trusted as part of the domestic market for a long time seem to be dwindling. Chrysler is now down to only two models in its lineup and Ford has announced that it will rid itself of all cars over the next few years. Other recent news told us that the Cadillac brand would no longer have the ATS or CTS in their normal forms, only in the sportier and more powerful ATS-V and CTS-V models. Toss in the growth of the SUV lineup from Cadillac and you might wonder if this brand is going in the same direction as Ford.
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