Cadillac has seen historically low sales around the rest of the world. As an example, while selling 146,925 units last year here in America, it recorded only 17,366 sales in China. And though the difference is more than significant, that last sales figure is expected to grow exponentially. The brand expects export sales to grow from roughly to 30,000 in 2010 to somewhere around 50,000 for 2011, with most of the help coming from gains in China.
Cadillac’s Don Butler laid the not-so-bold-ass-prediction that the Land of The Dragon will become the largest luxury market in the world by 2020, and if all things go according to plan, that would mean that Cadillac’s sales would essentially double globally.
Source: Automotive News