For more than a decade, Cadillac has been hard at work trying to replace its stodgy image with a hip new one. Before 2002, it seemed the automaker was happy to sit on the sidelines, watching its market share plummet along with its prestige, while cars from Germany and Asia became the standard by which all luxury cars were measured. Then came the 2003 CTS. It was the first comfortable, fast, fun-to-drive car that Cadillac had built in years, and it put the automotive world on notice: General Motors’ luxury brand was back and ready to compete with the world’s best, once again.
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