It was hard to decide which was more beautiful: the building or the car. Given that General Motors Corp. unveiled its Cadillac Sixteen concept on the evening of Jan. 5 at the pre-depression, Italian Renaissance-influenced Detroit Opera House, the fact that there’s a debate at all is a tribute to the super car. GM’s Cadillac Sixteen concept seems to be sure shot for production. In a debut for the ages, the curtain was pulled on Sixteen following a classical music set by a ...

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