PARIS – Saab Automobile reportedly will manufacture an entry-level Cadillac in Sweden beginning in fall 2005 based on General Motors Corp.’s Epsilon platform, also used for the new Saab 9-3. According to a report in the Swedish magazine Nu Tecknik, Cadillac designed the car in the U.S., aiming at younger buyers. Saab reportedly will invest €43 million ($48 million) in its Trollhattan plant to prepare for the Cadillac. The first car on the Epsilon platform for midsize cars was the Opel ...
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