I have seen several of these things.http://www.leftlanenews.com/insiders-second-generation-cadillac-xlr-unlikely.html
Oh well, not that anyone really bought one.
define "short"... NO (as in zero, nada, zilch) new DTS/STS or and other "big" sedan until 2014 at the VERY earliest... most likely will be 2020 (or never)I have to concur with most of the feelings here, what is GM doing with Cadillac? If Cadillac is to be considered a viable true luxury brand, it needs more true luxury models, including an expensive luxury roadster. I hope that at the very least, GM will create a new DTS/STS replacement in a short amount of time.
It is EXTREMELY stupid of Cadillac/GM to kill this model.I have seen several of these things.
It would be very stupid if GM/Cadillac truly kills this model.
It would also be a set back for Cadillac as this model shows promise that it can charge a premium for a luxury convertible & be a serious contender in this luxury segment/market.
If Cadillac wants to be on the 1st tier of other luxury marques, they NEED to keep this car w/in their line up. It can help get/earn some prestige for Cadillac.
Where's Mgescuro?? ....I bet he'll be along soon to add to this topic.
The CTS.....the sacred chalice from which automotive wisdom & superiority will flow and from which many, including Red Ink Rick and Bob Putz, indulge far too oftenDevolve?? They already are a one-trick pony!!
Can't wait for the Lambda Escalade!!
Sad part of it is.... CTS is actually a decent car.The CTS.....the sacred chalice from which automotive wisdom & superiority will flow and from which many, including Red Ink Rick and Bob Putz, indulge far too often
Long live Buick, Lincoln, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi et al.