Cadillac's $76,200 convertible halo car still looks good it just isn't rolling off dealer's lots. While a few readers might think the current 200 day supply is yet another horrible miscalculation by GM, it was just in August when GM considered upping production to meet demand. Now they're reducing how many XLR's are assembled each day from 23 to 12. In the 18 months since it's launch only 4,744 XLRs were sold. Expectations were 6,000 annually. Of course we can't imagine anyone wanting to drop $75K on a convertible during the past four months.
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