A sub-CTS-sized Cadillac built on GM's front-drive Epsilon platform might materialize in Europe within two or three years, according to the perpetually-visible Bob Lutz. The car would likely not be sold in the United States since Cadillac sees the CTS as its entry level player here, while the rest of the world perceives the CTS as a relatively large vehicle. Lutz claims that no badge engineering will take place because Cadillac is a brand with some actual integrity, although earlier this year rumors were circulating that GM might rebadge the Saab 9-3 as a Cadillac for the Euro market. Last year GM moved 800 Caddys in Europe. They see 10,000 as a number which could be hit by the end of the decade.
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