By Michael Ellis DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - Cadillac, a global symbol of big American cars, will add a British touch by offering models with the steering wheel on the right side as the General Motors Corp. brand tries to break into new markets, a company official said. Right-hand drive versions of Cadillac's cars are key for the luxury brand to crack the markets of Britain, Hong Kong, South Africa, Japan and Australia, John Howell, Cadillac's director of global brand development, told ...
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