DETROIT — General Motors Corp.'s luxury division says it could offer its flagship car in Europe by late 2000. “Within a model year, we could be ready to go in Europe,” says Cadillac General Manager John F. Smith at the debut of the all-new '00 DeVille here. “It's not as an important market for us as the U.S., Canada, Middle East and Japan,” he adds. “But we've begun to see some opportunities for the vehicle in Europe, and we're beginning to think about it.” Taking the DeVille across the ...
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