DETROIT – The importance of an ultra-luxury halo car “is not lost on us” a top Cadillac official says. Such a car, perhaps based on the Cadillac Sixteen concept that bowed to rave reviews at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, would create a prestigious image for Cadillac, John F. Howell, director-global products, tells Ward’s at a media briefing here. “It’s the image people want to purchase,” he says. “And a top-of-the-line luxury vehicle would create that.” ...

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