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The XTS will go away, while Cadillac plans ATS and CTS replacements
Last week, Motor Trend ran coverage on a journo roundtable with Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen. During the roundtable, de Nysschen cited a few reasons for the decline in sedan sales, including gas prices, "young consumers" — read, millennials — less interested in driving dynamics than lifestyle accessories, and the state of U.S. infrastructure. Jalopnik homed in on the last two reasons, and those became the story, including here in our post on the roundtable. So de Nysschen cal
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It will take the place of three sedans.
Cadillac has a choice here between a tactical move, or a strategic one.
The feature will be standard on cars in the US and Canada.
The newest version of the system will roll out first on the 2017 CTS.
One analyst believes this won't be the General's last production adjustment.
The plans affect GM's plant in Lansing, MI and Lordstown, OH.
Automobile interviews Cadillac CMO Uwe Ellinghaus, touching on just about every major issue affecting the brand and the industry.
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