A few months ago, we told you about the $10,000 SUV that’s about to be built at the Cadillac factory in Mexico.
It looks like a little toy, but the build team is making it real with the help of a $20 million loan from GM and the help from its sister company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
The SUV is supposed to arrive on U.S. roads in 2019.
The Cadillac brand is known for its aggressive design and a high-end styling line that includes the Brougham and Gifford-designed Grand Caravan and the Cadillac SUV.
But GM says the Cadillac is also one of the world’s largest SUVs, a fact that’s also helped it sell more than 3 million of them since it launched in 2003.
It’s a big deal because Cadillac is one of GM’s top five brands.
It also has an engineering and manufacturing plant in Mexico that makes vehicles like the Bighorn and the Escalade.
And GM has been aggressively expanding its presence there over the past several years.
But there are some questions about the project’s feasibility.
There’s a lot of uncertainty about whether the project will even be able to begin building the SUV.
GM is a company that likes to talk a big game, and it has a lot to prove about its SUVs and the way they will be built.
So far, the company has not said whether it plans to build the Cadillac at the plant that makes the Buick, Cadillac Escalades, Cadillac CTS, Buick Enclave, or Cadillac ATS sedans.
The company’s own plans for the U.K. have been a little more vague, saying the SUV would be built in the U