SHANGHAI – Posh. That best describes Cadillac’s first showroom in China located here in a former bank building. Black marble floors. Cherry wood walls and pillars. Lots of brushed stainless steel furnishings. And an inviting entrance with tall windows and a large “Cadillac” sign and crest above. Unlike most U.S. dealerships, this new Cadillac store sits amid a busy shopping area in the city’s center, connected on both sides to other businesses. Service, parts and used-car operations are ...
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