It’s taken nearly a decade of hard work to fix the mess, but Cadillac is finally back on track.
Gone are the days of lame models like the Catera, a rebadged Opel, and the Seville, which was never a true Mercedes or BMW fighter. With models like the CTS and the new ATS, Cadillac now has the confidence to expand on the world stage with its edgy styling, performance, and overall refinement that’s on par with the very best from Europe and Japan. So what about domestic competition?
The only brand possible here is Lincoln, and GM’s global design chief, Ed Welburn, isn’t concerned about that cross town rival. In fact, Welburn doesn’t even see Lincoln as a competitor at all.