Lets start with Johan de Nysschen going to Cadillac, perhaps its as good as its going to get for Cadillac in the short term. It begs the question "Is there no one at GM that has a clue how to sell/lease Cadillacs?" We have just seen the answer...they don't.
If you have had an opportunity to experience an ATS, and CTS they are impressive cars, truly capable on a global basis, and set standards on their own. The business model has been there for a few decades on how to climb up the luxury car food chain. For some reason the folks at Cadillac are in denial, and refuse to see it, and acknowledge.
On a spreadsheet and powerpoint a CTS is worth the same money as the German rivals, in reality a CTS has to be a good deal to grasp further attention, gain more traction and momentum.
Lets hope that with de Nysschen it will go beyond going from an ATS to a QTS (could not help the sarcasm).
An overview of some routine maintenance costs on supercars, agreed our Project 200K is positively benign (sort of), even if the car does not appreciate.
Its the Indy in Toronto this week end.
Our usual old race cars from behind the scene at the LeMans Classic.