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According to Donald Trump in his book, The Art of the Deal, “A decision has been made to go into production on two Cadillac-body limousines using my name. The Trump Golden Series will be the most opulent stretch limousine made. The Trump Executive Series will be a slightly less lavish version of the same car....Neither one has yet come off the line, but the folks at Cadillac Motors Division recently sent over a beautiful gold Cadillac Allanté as a gift. Perhaps they felt I needed more toys to keep me busy,” writes Trump.
However, when it came down to actually closing the deal and buying the promised 50 limousines, apparently he decided to purchase just one, which he said was for his father. Allegedly, he didn’t even buy the whole initial production run of two, reneging on 49 Trump Limousine orders and effectively killing the whole project.
The automaker sold 4,182 vans in Oct. 2018 — up 71% from a year ago to mark the best October in company history.
The automaker welcomed nearly three dozen upfitters to its Michigan headquarters to highlight the van's commercial possibilities.
After a turnaround plan failed because of a shift in consumer demand, the automaker is ready to try again.
Motor Trend has selected the luxury vehicle as a standout for their annual award.
More people are traveling by bus, and the industry is responding by upgrading inventory and adding more amenities.
As more miles are collected, the automaker will make it even more capable and efficient.
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The approval announced Oct. 30 allows Waymo's driverless vehicles to cruise through California at speeds up to 65 mph.
The number of self-driving cars is set to climb now that the U.S. DOT has updated guidelines, easing federal oversight.
Tech-driven change and disruption is the new normal in this sector, analysis says.
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