General Motors Corp. will use the Geneva auto show as the backdrop to unveil a new Cadillac sedan, which is smaller than the CTS and will be sold only in Europe, sources within the auto maker tell Ward’s. GM will build the small car at its Saab factory in Trollhattan, Sweden, utilizing the Epsilon platform, which also underpins the Saab 9-3, with output beginning later this year. Plans call for volumes of “less than 10,000-units annually,” a source says, adding the vehicle will provide ...

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