GERMANY: Saab, Cadillac, to share SUV platform, engine
By just-auto.com editorial team | 14 September 2007
Saab and Cadillac have confirmed that General Motors' premium brands are developing "very different and specific" SUV crossovers, which will reach showrooms within two years.
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