General Motors have been published on the Internet, revealing GM’s future product plans for domestic plants. The automobile industry is going through a tough on a global scale, and thing have gotten especially bad here at home, severe enough that the U.S. Government has stepped in to offer incentives to new car buyers to trade in their worthless clunkers.
General Motors have gone through bankruptcy hearings and are undergoing major restructurings. Despite the poor outlook, the General has plans for a very bright future and they involve a few changes in the Cadillac lineup. There will be a production of Cadillac
Coupe, it will first make a debut as a concept in February and go into production in May, the road going model will then be followed up with a factory tuned high performance V-Series version a few months later.Cadillac is also preparing a new concept car called ATS, the production version of the ATS will be available in both sedan and coupe body styles.
GM is looking at every available nook-and-cranny to find ways on selling their vehicles. As it turns out, they may have found a place that has potential.
General Motors has released details of its model lineup for 2010. As might be expected from a company in bankruptcy, the number of model launches is modest, though significant.
These are the new vehicles: the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac SRX and CTS SportWagon, Chevrolet Apark and Aveo, and the GMC Terrain. GM spokesman confirms, “Production of 2010 model year Malibu hybrids is suspended due to high inventories of ’09 models for the remainder of the calendar year.” GM’s model-by-model plan for the remaining four brands for the 2010-12 model years. It was compiled from GM’s presentation today and from company, supplier and industry sources.