CARMEL, CA – General Motors Corp.’s Cadillac division hasn’t achieved the global-sales volume it targeted for this year, General Manager Jim Taylor says at a media event here. What’s more, sales are slipping at home, as well. “We absolutely need to expand our portfolio (to compete with luxury imports),” Taylor says. Cadillac is refreshing the XLR coupe and planning some CTS derivatives. While these models will produce low volumes, he says they will add sex appeal to the Cadillac brand. ...

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