TURIN — Want to know just how far Cadillac must climb before it’s competitive with the world’s best? The story goes that General Motors Corp.’s Anne Asesnio recently held a design review for Cadillac interiors. Executives were shown current, future and proposed full-size interior models, including some yet to get the green light. Arrayed against the Cadillacs were two German rivals, on hand to give management a competitive perspective. What were these Teutonic benchmarks: the updated ...

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