General Motors and the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant are set to launch the latest addition to the Cadillac portfolio.
The Cadillac STS will replace the Cadillac Seville and is scheduled to make its debut in dealerships by the end of the month. It's the seventh vehicle added to the Cadillac fleet since 2001.
Workers at the plant started building these cars two weeks ago and since then 1,000 models have been made at LGR. Team leaders continue to test and validate the quality of the car.
This car was planned as a product for LGR five years ago. The plant manager calls this one of the smoothest launches ever, as the plant continues to pump out about 150 of these vehicles a day.