Amid cars like the Ford GT40 that sold for $11 million Sunday night, and pristine fleets of classics once owned by India's Maharajas, there were some semi-accessible production cars announced at last weekend's automotive festivities in Monterey, Calif., that even regular Joes might be able to afford
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The hearse that carried the body of assassinated U.S.
Oops an automaker did it again- Cadillac, a week ahead of the official world debut, "accidentally" had a picture of the all new XTS on its website.
It's been years since Cadillac had a unique, proper coupe of its own—and not just the CTS Coupe, which shares its bones with the CTS Sedan and Wagon.