Cadillac planning to offer a full model lineup in Europe, also in RHD

Cadillac model lineup has improved a lot over the previous years, offering serious alternatives to German high-end luxury cars.

At the moment not all Cadillac models are available in Europe, but that will soon change as Cadillac is planning to offer their full model lineup in Europe, including diesels and also RHD models, along with exceptional service to grab new customers in the luxury car segment.

GM’s president Dan Ammann told Autocar, they are working on a full-on European assault with a complete lineup, including a new flagship model that will sit above the recently unveiled CT6.

He also added a more potent version of the new CTS-V is also in, that should be very interesting as the new CTS-V already packs a very impressive 640bhp and in euro-spec is scheduled to go on sale this autumn, after the smaller ATS-V arrives at dealerships.


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