Gm proudly announces a new milestone for one of its subsidiary brands, Cadillac.
It seems that their production plant in Lansing has just reached the tidy number of 1 million units produced.
The lucky vehicle to bear this number is a new 2014 Cadillac CTS, which will be available for purchase starting next month. “One million Michigan-made Cadillacs is a great milestone for Lansing and for luxury car-building in America” stated Bob Ferguson, senior vice president Global Cadillac.
And indeed it is a great milestone, with the Cadillac managing to reach this stage and continue the legacy set a long time ago. With the Lansing plant producing not only the CTS, but also the ATS, it employs 1.541 workers and covers an area of 2.5 million square foot.
From its location in Michigan, the Lansing plant exports the vehicles worldwide in 11 different locations, so chances are, wherever you are, you might get to see a vehicle that went off this very same assembly line.