GM is planning to roll out another model sedan. Taking styling cues from the Ciel open-air concept, GM’s flagship sedan has been green lighted to be roll off the assembly lines and ready for the market in 2015. Reaching for the stars, GM wants to compete for its market share against the BMW 7-series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
Cadillac has been a standard brand name in the automobile industry. Its history of having state of the art features, regal designs and innovation construction has made it a choice for luxury in many dreamers minds. Founded over a 100 years ago in Detroit, Michigan, Cadillac ran the Ford company for its money by being the first to offer the world a electric self-starting engine and the first to offer the world a color other than black.
I am ecstatic to see a sleek and funky design that will set the pace of American made luxury cars in the contemporary global market. With this elegant design, featuring the early 1970′s long retro frame, GM is getting back to designing cars. If GM works hard to keep the front from looking like a pressed box of metal and keep the engineering from not being environmentally sound, the world may be sold. To all luxury car lovers, the flagship sedan may be worth waiting for.