FRANKFURT – Putting into production a concept such as the Cadillac Sixteen – so named for its 16-cyl. engine – only makes sense as part of a larger program and with much shared componentry with higher-volume models, says a top General Motors Corp. executive. “If we were to do the Sixteen, it would only be on the basis of it being part of a family of large rear-wheel-drive sedans,” says Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman-product development. There is no approved plan in place for the vehicle ...
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