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Cadillac plans to develop several new models

The Cadillac brand is now a division of General Motors that present ranges of cars and vehicles of very high quality, which can face the full force and without fear, prestigious names such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Lexus .

Now all these european and Japanese brands work towards developing future products that will be reflected in all new niche luxury veicules said.

For example, Audi offers the best-selling model through A1 template subcompact luxury in Europe and the A3 luxury compact offers the monde.BMW 1 Series and Mercedes-Benz Class A European . Each brand can answer answer to another in virtually all battlements. However, Cadillac is absent from most battlements occupied by four other brands above named.

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That good reasons why the direction of Cadillac consider the design and development of new models whose mission will be to enter into direct competition with these new ranges of cars and vehicles that are coming on the side competitors. 

Heralds concepts

The year passes in Detroit, we had submitted his Cadillac XTS Platinum concept. A large luxury sedan that has all the attributes to confront the Audi A8, BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Lexus LS460 in this world.

In Los Angeles, Cadillac has unveiled its concept Urban Luxury. A small Cadillac subcompact category that is likely to lend life a model of series over the next year.

We also talk for some time of the Cadillac ATS compact luxury category that would counterbalance the Audi A3, BMW 1 Series and Mercedes-Benz B-Class

Do not forget the fact that the Lincoln division of Ford is also working very hard to develop models to come, similar to those one ...

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