DETROIT – A top General Motors executive confirms the automaker is developing a new flagship sedan to compete with high-end offerings from the German luxury brands. Mark Reuss, GM executive vice president-global product development, purchasing and supply chain, says the car is extremely critical to the future of Cadillac, both in North America and abroad. “If we’re a serious luxury car maker, it’s really important to us,” he tells WardsAuto during a community ...

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