de Nysschen was actually quite outspoken on bringing Cadillac to Australia eventually. Simply, there isn’t enough capital at the moment, and not enough engineering hours to make it happen any quicker than it already is. The same goes for Cadillac’s proper European invasion, which has also been pushed back to post 2020.
“We need to finesse the timing so we can give the dealers a full showroom of cars. That timing, when we look at it against the life cycles in our portfolio, gets out towards 2021 or 2022. That is the first time when the sun and the moon and the stars align to give it to us,” de Nysschen said.
By that time, A2XX should be ready to roll, and have full support for right-hand drive. That also means it’s more than likely Oz will be graced with a RHD sixth, or even seventh, generation Chevrolet Camaro.