DETROIT – General Motors Co. wants to situate Cadillac away from its other three brands and closer to premium-marque competitors at future auto shows in an effort to raise the cachet of the Wreath & Crest. At this year’s North American International Auto Show here, GM’s brands clustered together as usual. Cadillac stood next to Buick and across from Chevrolet. As part of its 2009 bankruptcy, GM sold Saab and wound down Pontiac, Saturn and Hummer. It re-assigned that floor space to ...

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