DETROIT – General Motors Corp. no longer will combine its Cadillac and Saab brands to form a joint European distribution and dealer network, according to The Financial Times. Cadillac now will delay some of its European models to put a dedicated Cadillac dealership structure in place. The new CTS model, debuting next year in the U.S. and originally scheduled for a summer 2002 launch in Europe, will not go on sale there until early 2003. A GM official is quoted as saying it’s “not the ...

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