DETROIT – The Cadillac CTS rear-wheel-drive sedan might add an all-wheel-drive version to its lineup, Mark LaNeve, division marketing general manager, says. Robert Plant of legendary rock band Led Zeppelin signs Cadillac CTS at celebration of the brand's 100th anniversary “We don’t have that (an AWD CTS) in the current plan. I’d say sometime in the future we’ll have that,” LaNeve tells the media here at General Motors Corp.’s Renaissance Center headquarters during a celebration ...

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