In what may be a sign of shifting attitudes, GM is taking a bottom-line approach, only this time it's not based on how many cars are moved, but to whom and how.
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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.
Some jokes just write themselves.
There once was a time where American city roads were populated with big, long, Cadillac cars, with huge tail fins and enough chrome to make any semi-truck driver blush.