Cadillac Coming Back to Europe

The 2010 Geneva Motor Show in March will also represent the official return of Cadillac in Europe as the brand is currently working on establishing a new dealership network across the continent. Speaking for, a Cadillac spokesman said the brand is looking into ways to set up a network of around 120 to 130 dealerships in Europe.

"Yes, we are doing a restart of these vehicles in the spring," the spokesman said. "No particular date, but I assume the Geneva show would be the right time."

Wondering which are the models to wear the Cadillac range and reach European stores? Cadillac claims that all Corvette models are slated to debut in Europe alongside a couple of other models, including the SRX crossover.

"We are planning to sell all Corvette models including the Grand Sport, which has not so far been sold in Europe," the spokesman noted. "We are also planning to sell the Cadillac CTS family including the sedan and the new coupé as well as the Sport Wagon, CTS-V and SRX crossover models. We hope this happens as soon as possible, as we clearly want to sell these cars."

Cadillac is currently showcasing the 2011 CTS-V Coupe at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The CTS-V packs a LSA 6.2l supercharged V8 engine, borrowed from the CTS-V Sport Sedan. The unit develops 556 horsepower and 747 Nm of torque, making it capable of reaching 60 mph in no more than 3.9 seconds.

For full details on the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe follow this link.
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