General Motors Corp. will start producing full bodies of the Cadillac CTS at its new Lansing Grand River plant this month with production of pilots to begin in September, says Jim Taylor, vehicle line executive for the model. Job One for the Catera replacement is scheduled for Nov. 1, and employment is scheduled to grow to 1,200 by then. Employees will have a six-day week and no overtime when the plant adds a cross/utility vehicle and another rear-drive sedan in the future. The plant is training 250 employees on site and 100 at the GM facility's benchmark Eisenach, Germany, plant. Cadillac General Marketing Manager Mark LaNeve says CTS sales will be about 30,000 units in its first full year. The training for Grand River workers will result in a production system giving the CTS better quality than the BMW 3-series and Mercedes C-Class, Mr. Taylor insists.