Cadillac won't have expanded capacity of its much-heralded Night Vision technology until the '02 model year, a Cadillac insider says. The infrared system debuts this fall on the '00 DeVille as a $1,995 option. But only 5,000 units will be available annually for '00-'01. Cadillac expects to sell 100,000 DeVilles annually. The limited supply is due to a lack of heads up display units from Night Vision maker Raytheon. A second supplier will alleviate the problem for '02. There is no ...

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