Cadillac doesn't want to wait for the Evoq's debut in 2002 for its renaissance, it wants its rebirth to begin with the '00 DeVille, which was unveiled last week. Cadillac's top seller and largest car features impressive gizmos and a more modest design that GM hopes will maintain its current customer base while also luring back baby boomers who drifted away from Cadillac's overblown vehicles and into smaller, performance-orientated imports. The automaker also is making plans to take the car ...
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