Cadillac Postpones CTS Coupe

Will go into production during the summer of 2010.
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According to Automotive News, one of Cadillac's most anticipated models is being delayed one year. The 2010 CTS coupe had been scheduled to go into production this summer. Instead, the car will go into production during the summer of 2010.

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How very unfortunate. This is one of the cars in our view that GM desperately needs to get on the streets as soon as possible. This Year, not next.

I for one was waiting to see if this would be the car that would entice me to even think of going American (versus my habitual love for German cars) especially for the what is sure to be a beast, the CTS Coupe V.

I'm sure that there are plenty of people who would be fans of the 2010 Pontiac G8 ST below (which is also cancelled - a sign that there is a God), but perhaps if GM stopped wasting money on limited market cars like this and focused on the brand that could very well save them they might get to that better place we all want them to be.

Just a thought.

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