Cadillac plans return to Europe, takes the fight to its rivals |

Cadillac has been pretty busy these days, launching some very interesting cars, including the CTS, the CTS Coupe and more importantly their V-badged performance editions. They, alongside the new XTS Platinum concept might give European carmakers like Mercedes-Benz or BMW something to think about.

After the Detroit Auto Show, Bryan Nesbitt, the brand’s manager, has revealed that his company is preparing a big return to Europe, and will sort out the problem of dealerships, seeing as how its Dutch partner, Kroymans, isn’t in the best of financial situations.

“We’ve got multiple proposals along all those lines and we’ll make a decision soon. I’d like to be at Geneva with a solution,” said Nesbitt.

The possibility of using Opel/Vauxhall dealerships is also rumored these days, but Cadillac isn’t ready to make a statement just yet. What do you think? Would the new Yankee models manage to find a following in Europe? Leave your comment below.

Source: Autocar

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