Cadillac has been in the spotlight of the automotive universe lately. And for good reason. Just think of all the news surrounding the brand: it will be moving to New York City, adopting a new naming structure, outlining a new marketing strategy, introducing its first-ever full-size CT6 flagship, securing greater engineering autonomy, and planning on seriously restructuring its dealer network. From influencing network business news to passionate forum debates, Cadillac’s recent whirlwind of decisions is giving everyone something to talk about. And it’s far from over.
Next up? Cadillac will report its own financial results, separately from General Motors’ books. The news came during the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show from president Johan de Nysschen himself, flanked by a pair of 2016 ATS-V performance cars.
Adding to that is word from The Detroit Free Press indicating the brand won’t report its finances separately from GM’s until 2017 at the earliest. de Nysschen also noted that Cadillac must “earn the right to invest in its projects” in the future.
There’s sure to be more to come from this, so stay tuned.