Another brand under the umbrella of the US-based General Motors Company, Cadillac is a luxury vehicle predominantly sold in the North American and Chinese markets. Bought in 1909 from the Henry Ford Company, Cadillac became GM’s prestige division producing luxury cars. The 1972 Fleetwood and 1972 Calais models were all about the ultimate in luxury, and 1973 saw a record year for car sales. Cadillac has been credited with developing the world’s first electric self-starting engine and integrating computer technology into its design and functionality, defying the notion of being a car for the older demographic.
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