CHICAGO – Luxury-vehicle sales leadership is all in how you slice it. That’s the point Cadillac General Manager Mark LaNeve tries to make at a meeting here of the Midwest Automotive Media Assn. Cadillac says it still is mulling supercar concepts like the Cien. "Lexus, Mercedes and BMW (AG) have greatly expanded their presence in the U.S. market,” LaNeve admits. “However, since 1999, 45% of all the new vehicles they've launched had a manufacturer's suggested retail price ...
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