Redesigned Cadillac CTS to be unveiled next month
- USA: Monday, February 11 - 2013 at 05:08
General Motors has announced its new, redesigned Cadillac CTS will be a strong competitor against BMW's popular 5-series, Detroit Free Press has reported. To be unveiled at the New York Auto Show next month, the new luxury sedan will hit showrooms in the fall, said vice president for global public policy at Cadillac, Bob Ferguson. "We are positioning that car as a step up, so there will be a marketing challenge to reposition that car," he said. A coupe version of the all-new ATS will be launched next year, added Ferguson.
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