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Korea was the world's fourth-largest buyer of Cadillac last year, following China, the United States and Canada.
Since its founding in 1902, Cadillac has left a permanent mark on the automotive industry, crafting an enduring, a century-long legacy dotted with industry firsts.
Set for completion in the second quarter of 2015, the relocated office will put Cadillac executives in a glass-encased Soho aerie with 360-degree views--a world removed from the historically hidebound culture of General Motors, the company's parent.
DETROIT -- In an effort to better compete with BMW and Mercedes, Cadillac wants about 700 smaller U.
Not just that, the global headquarters of Cadillac in its new form will be in New York, which is as far removed -- symbolically or otherwise -- from the heart of the American automotive industry, Detroit.
Liberty Automobiles, which posted 24 per cent growth in Cadillac sales in 2012, was ranked among 'Top 10 Cadillac Dealers worldwide' and 'Top 3 International Cadillac Dealers outside the USA' at the annual Cadillac Global Conference in Las Vegas, where over 950 Cadillac dealers from around the world had assembled.
Since featuring news of the auction in the Cyprus Mail last week one reader informed the Cyprus Mail that he was in possession of a similar black Cadillac.
com/) has introduced the new Cadillac Shield - lucrative owner benefits for new Cadillac buyers - as the new standard of luxury ownership.
The new Cadillac SLS has been designed specifically for the rapidly growing Chinese luxury market where it is considered demeaning for users to be seen driving prestige cars themselves.
Jim Taylor, Cadillac general manager, references a quote from Henry Leland, chief engineer of Cadillac in 1904, as related to Cadillac then--and now: "Craftsmanship a law, accuracy a creed.
Cadillac was the favoured transport for Elvis, Presidents of the United States and countless film stars and captains of industry.
The CTS is the larger of the two new Cadillacs being launched onto the Irish market.