General Motors Corp. has given the green light to Cadillac for production of its Evoq roadster, unveiled at the Detroit auto show in January, Ward's has learned. The Evoq will be built at the Bowling Green, KY, assembly plant on the same line as the Chevrolet Corvette, an insider says. The Evoq will be based on the next-generation Corvette platform, but not be identical to the next Corvette, the insider says. The chassis will use hydroformed steel, like the Corvette, however. Engineering for ...

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