With a powertrain that was thrown together in a mere 47 days, the prototype of Cadillac's Evoq roadster is treated more like a fragile precious jewel than a test car here at a test track recently where WEVTU previews a running model. There's good reason for that. The hand-built, $1 million prototype is intended to evolve into one of Cadillac's crown jewels when it goes into production during the company's centennial year in 2002. “Take it easy,” says Pete Lewis, who heads Cadillac's show ...
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