Fresh off the unveil of the all new 2013 Cadillac ATS in Detroit comes news that the American automaker is considering a small luxury SUV to compete against BMW's popular X3.
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Debuting at the Frankfurt Motor Show and already going through the automotive press throughout the world, all that was left for the 2012 BMW M5 super sedan was to show up for U.S.
By designating its high-performance division's name, "The most powerful letter in the world," BMW has set some lofty expectations with its M sub-brand.
A brief history lesson: there once was a time when America built the world's finest luxury cars.