CHARLOTTESVILLE,VA -- Meeting a target date set four years ago, General Motors Corp.’s new Grand River Plant in Lansing, MI, began assembly of the Cadillac CTS for shipment to customers Monday Nov. 12. Jim Taylor, vehicle line executive for prestige vehicles, says the date was fixed four years ago to coincide with the birthday (Sunday, Nov. 11) of Bernie Lacroix, CTS chief engineer. He says it is a credit to the product development team that, four years later, they made the date. “An ...
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