The luxury sedan isn't going anywhere - at least for now.
While GM is keeping the major attributes and mechanics the same, look for some cosmetic improvements.
The automaker is not giving up on sedans entirely as it has unveiled the all-new CT5 and is keeping the CT6 for now.
The industry figure handled the livery program during its earliest days when big, wide rear-wheel drive sedans ruled the luxury road.
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Owners of discontinued models need not worry about the value and maintenance of their fleet vehicles.
The Cadillac XTS and CT6 are among vehicles that will end production next year.
After a turnaround plan failed because of a shift in consumer demand, the automaker is ready to try again.
The popular SUV model among operators gets some serious luxury transportation upgrades.
The adaptive system will roll across the brand's entire lineup by 2020 and other GM vehicles.
The company outlined its vision during an investors call from San Francisco, where journalists rode in prototype vehicles.
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