Cadillac’s chief resigns his position, leaving on June 1

The head of General Motors’ Cadillac brand has resigned according to spokesman Klaus-Peter Martin.

McNabb joined General Motors just 13 months ago and will leave on June 1 to pursue other opportunities Martin told Automotive News. McNabb previously worked for Nissan. Stephen J. Hill will take his place as Cadillac’s chief.

GM faces a June 1 government-imposed deadline to restructure or face Chapter 11 bankruptcy like its rival Chrysler.

– By: Kap Shah