Cadillac has announced plans to offer a full model lineup in Europe where it aims to grabs customers by providing "exceptional service."

Cadillac has announced plans to offer a full model lineup in Europe where it aims to grabs customers by providing "exceptional service."

Speaking to Autocar, GM's president Dan Ammann said they are working on a full-on European assault with a complete lineup, including a new flagship model that will sit above the recently unveiled CT6. He went on to say the Euro-spec cars are getting diesel engines and will also be offered in right-hand drive countries.

Interestingly, Ammann admitted a beefier version of the CTS-V is in the works but did not provide an exact timetable regarding its launch. Until that happens, the Euro-spec CTS-V will go on sale sometime this fall right after the smaller ATS-V.

Before tackling the very competitive European market, Cadillac aims to achieve a re-positioning in United States as a business separate from the GM empire.

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