Cadillac to stick to plan to sell China-made cars in USDETROIT -- Cadillac, among the most iconic American luxury car brands, plans to sell a Chinese-made hybrid vehicle in the United States despite President-elect Donald Trump's recent offensive against foreign-made cars. Though outmatched in the U.S. market by German and Japanese luxury brands seen as more prestigious, wealthier car buyers in China have given Cadillac a boost. Sales in China rose 43 percent in the first 10 months of 2016 to 89,530 units but fell 5.6 percent in the United States to 133,234. In the event of a trade war between China and the United States, Cadillac could simply stop imports of the CT6, de Nysschen said. "And then the car would be produced only for the China market."
Source:   The China Post
January 11, 2017 16:06 UTC