The Escalade will be the only model in Cadillac’s portfolio to wear a non-alphanumeric name.
“No,” says de Nysschen. “You can’t have [your emblem ducks] back. I play with them each night in my bath.”
Not much of a surprise here.
The official vehicle for the government limos will now be BMW.
Chevy may chose to keep the ‘Bolt’ name, or ditch it in favor of something else.
An interesting story of Charles’ journey through the crossover universe.
GM CEO Mary Barra has previously stated currency fluctuations won’t affect their product decisions.
The program sets veterans up with a one-year paid fellowship in a U.S. Government agency.
The new L trim eliminates the 1LT and 2LT trims.
Chevy has yet to say when production will commence.
Barra says GM still has “a lot of work” to do in regards to Cadillac.
The move follows the slower demand in production for the Elizabeth based factory.
Eligible Farm Bureau members will receive a $500 incentive for the Colorado and Canyon.