As part of a preview of '00 models and rollout of long-term product plans and business strategies, General Motors Corp.'s Cadillac Div. gives the media a closer look at its upcoming Evoq roadster. Journalists were allowed a tightly controlled spin behind the wheel of the million-dollar Evoq prototype intended to evolve into one of Cadillac's crown jewels when it goes into production during the company's centennial year in 2002. And although the Evoq rattled from a number of places — as ...
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