WHITE PLAINS, NY – General Motors Corp. ramps up production of the ’06 Cadillac DTS at its Detroit Hamtramck assembly plant, signaling the end of the DeVille nameplate that was introduced in 1949. Cadillac has delivered more than 1 million DeVilles since then. Hamtramck should turn out enough DTS units by early September to provide sufficient inventory for dealers, says Arianna Kalian, vehicle line director for premium mid-luxury vehicles. “We’ll achieve full ramp-up by the end of the ...

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