The Cadillac Sixteen may be the belle of the auto show ball among General Motors Corp. concepts this year, but that doesn’t guarantee a slot on an assembly line anytime soon. Just two weeks ago at the Chicago auto show, Mark Hogan, group vice president-advance vehicle development, tells Ward's that the high-powered luxury sedan was among four concepts that stood out as production hopefuls. “We thought reaction to the Cadillac Sixteen would be strong, but we didn’t expect it to be so ...
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