The problem with Cadillac, Mark Reuss, and GM generally:
"BY OUR OWN METRICS, XT4 IS #1—DAMN REALITY."Editor's note: The Automotive News Data Center classifies the XT4 as a compact premium crossover, and it was the No. 5-selling nameplate in the segment in the first half of this year in total sales. GM places the XT4 in a different category, and Reuss' comments refer only to retail sales.
Absolutely pure puff, but I'm sure the idiot means every word, because if you release a product that you expect to perform poorly, you're not stupid—you're a villain.XT6 deliveries began in June, and we sold more than 1,000 units in July before its August media launch. We expect it to do even better based on the largely positive reviews, despite a hotly competitive segment and recent reports to the contrary in this publication.
The V-series vehicles have already missed and failed my expectations by your horrendous mismanagement of V straight into the **** pile.Also, we have customers who want the palpable thrill and exhilaration of out-and-out performance, and our V-series vehicles will meet and beat their expectations.