WARREN, MI –Cadillac may not have a supercar in its lineup until 2008, but General Motors Corp.’s luxury division could confirm within the next six months plans to build an entry-luxury model in Europe, Ward’s is told. “The big thing we need to do next is an ultra-luxury product,” says Mark LaNeve, Cadillac general manager. “Or for lack of a better term, a $70,000 to $150,000 sedan. Something that really puts a stake in the ground for what you’re capable of from a design and performance ...

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