We’ve been hearing about the Cadillac ATS, a model smaller than the brand’s CTS sedan, for quite some time now. Tomorrow, General Motors plans to announced that it will build the compact Cadillac at its Grand River Assembly plant in Lansing. The move is part of a $190 million investment that will create 600 jobs.
Of course the whole presentation of the announcement will be a big shindig with GM CEO Daniel Akerson, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, UAW President Bob King and three Michigan members of Congress.
With the Grand River investment, GM will have invested more than $3 billion in 20 U.S. plants, creating or retaining around 7,350 jobs since coming out of bankruptcy 14 months ago.
The Cadillac ATS will debut sometime in 2014… as far as we know.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: Detroit News