General Motors Corp. will stop making the Cadillac Eldorado in two to three years, a company executive tells Ward's, even though it recently spent $25 million to move production of the coupe from Hamtramck, MI, to Lansing, MI. With demand waning for executive sports cars, the automaker is dropping the Eldorado rather than updating the coupe to meet approaching new crash requirements. “It just didn't make sense,” says James E. Taylor, vehicle line executive for the Eldorado, Seville, Catera ...
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