Cadillac's Strangest Since The Cimarron
In the annals of Cadillac’s history, there is one vehicle that stands above them all as the biggest flop of all time. And it’s not the Cimarron.
The Cadillac BLS was based off of the GM Epsilon platform. Essentially a restyled Saab 9-3, the BLS was built in Sweden and never exported to America. Its sole intention was to give Cadillac a product optimized for the European market. Production averaged around 3,000 units annually, and sales were marginal at best.
But, there was a wagon.
N.B.: Title changed. I was made aware of the original song – I got the original from reference from a Kanye West song. No malice intended.
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